Blog Topic: Minimalist

Minimalist Monday: Fly the Kite (Happy 5th Birthday, Happy Herbivore!)

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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 ...


Minimalist Monday: 5 Easy Ways to Make Money on Your "Stuff"

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I know I'm always preaching "less is more" (and it is!) on Minimalist Monday; but that begs the question, well, what can you do with the stuff you're getting rid of? 

I'm always quick to suggest donation and recycling (both terrific options!), but wouldn't it be great if being a minimalist also put cash in your pocket?

I mean, yes, in ...


Minimalist Monday: Conquering Clutter (Part 2)

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Last Monday, I mentioned that I had come across an article titled "Conquering Clutter" in the October issue of Healthy Beginnings lifestyle magazine that I found quite fascinating from a minimalist perspective.

The first part of the article talked about the negative effects of clutter (which I discussed last week ), but the second part went to the psychology of why we might be cluttered people ...


Minimalist Monday: Conquering Clutter (How to Declutter)

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I came across an article titled "Conquering Clutter" by June Milligan in the October issue of Healthy Beginnings lifestyle magazine that I found fascinating.

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The article starts out saying something you've heard me repeat time and time again on Minimalist Monday:

"We've been programmed by the culture, as well as by corporations and media, to buy, buy, then buy some more. We've ...


Minimalist Monday: Actionable "To Do" Lists

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Scott's been a GTD'er for a long time and it's finally starting to rub off on me (I even bought the book to read on my trip!). GTD stands for Getting Things Done a popular work model and time management system created by David Allen. 

Anyway, the one practice Scott has been trying to get me to adopt is having anactionable ...