Category Archives: Minimalism

The Economic Roots of Your Life Crisis

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Maybe you don’t have to get married, don’t have to get a “job,” buy two minivans and a McMansion, pack it bulgingly full of stuff you’ll never use, and call it a life. Maybe it’s only by breaking the dismally broken rules that you can rewrite better ones. The Economic Roots of Your Life Crisis – Umair Haque – Harvard… Read more »

The Spirit of Less

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Graham Hill: Less Stuff, More Happiness [ted id=1238] I’ve had leanings towards minimalism for over a year now, fed up with the constant clutter and collection of rarely and often barely useable objects around our home. The new motorhome will only serve to intensify the desire to own less, in a smaller space, and I doubt our motorhome even scratches… Read more »