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Joy, Nakedness, and Tolstoy.

Cabin life is enjoyed by nearly everyone. This is due to its stripped-down minimalism that emphasizes the things that really matter to one’s self. Possessions, clutter, busyness, and a frenetic lifestyle are all left behind. 1,632 more words

Simple Living And Pleasures

My OCD is Killing ME!

It’s lights out in my house. Hubby isn’t feeling well. Baby for once is sleeping and has been for 3 hours. I have finally showered. My house is at best presentable. 513 more words

Baby

Laundering a Small Wardrobe

I’ve been wondering this myself, especially sine I rarely ever use the washer and dryer anymore. (I think I’ve used the washer once in the past 6 months, and the dryer maybe 3 times.) How to keep such a small wardrobe from wearing out faster with such repeat wearing? 578 more words

Minimalism

Minimalist Living: When a Lot Less Is More

The first thing you need to know about Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus is that they like to hug.

“Bring it in, man!” Nicodemus says as he pulls me in the first time I meet him. 1,188 more words

shantiepc reblogged this on The EndPoint Business Blog and commented:

Stuff is important to me, but it all adds up and we can't take it with us in the end. There is something to be said for minimalist living and paring down to the basics.

Hello World

Hi, Hallo, Awe, Molo, Sawubona!

I’m a 20-something Capetonian girl on the brink of holding a Business Science Marketing degree within my hands (insert slow clap here). 352 more words

Cape Town

Are you suffering from stuffocation?

Stuff. Just lots of stuff everywhere. That was our dilemma three years ago when we emigrated to Canada. Packing up and distributing boxes to our families – it was five years of our lives in Dublin packed into 20 boxes. 511 more words

Disposable Clothes

The beginning

We live in a world full of clutter. Cluttered homes with cluttered rooms, cluttered inbox, cluttered desks, cluttered calendars and cluttered minds. We hold onto things “just in case”, and we think having more will… 82 more words

Declutter