What could be more minimalist than having no regrets and no emotional
baggage? (It may not be physical, but less is more there too!)
few months ago, someone noted all the (self-inflicted) moves I had in
the last 10 years or so: Charleston, Boston, Manhattan, Los Angeles,
Colorado, Abroad — just to name a few, and asked if I'd ever regretted
any of those ...
My life is always changing — most often, it's my surroundings. I like
to think I'm the type of personality that rolls around in change. Really
wallows in it. It's true: I like the challenge and excitement of the
new and unknown, but there have been changes in my life — changes that
were made for me and thrust upon me that I wasn ...
Since I never set out to create Happy Herbivore (or have this career with Happy Herbivore), I've always had a "react" approach to things.
Happy Herbivore started out as a blog — a little creative outlet for me. When I started blogging in 2007, I had no idea that my blog would turn into one cookbook, let alone 6. Or that those books would become ...
Several years ago, a friend's parents retired, sold their house, and bought a sailboat.
They — we'll call them Dave and Karen — sailed around the world (quite
literally) for years. Although I get seasick just looking at a boat, I
couldn't help but be envious.
Anyway, a few years after they'd been "living at
sea," they'd docked for a long summer ...
I've had this minimalist column for a little more than a year (I can't believe it!) and looking back over all the posts (just click the "minimalist" button to catch all of them), there seem to be two clear themes I talk about the most: reducing "stuff" and personal journeys toward happiness. This makes sense, I suppose, since my goal with being a ...