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Could your life be simpler?
Do you feel like you have too much stuff, and not enough time?
That’s exactly how the minimalism movement was started, and it makes a lot of sense.
Anytime something gets labeled, you have a group of people who don’t like it anymore, and another group who start liking it.
Some people hate labels; some people feed off of them.
I always try to learn from everything and everyone, instead of pointing out the flaws.
I think minimalism can teach us a lot. We can always do more with less.
I have a few reads dedicated to minimalism. Let me know your thoughts on it in the comments!
This Is The Best Morning Ritual: 3 Secrets From Research – Barking Up The Wrong Tree [Barking Up The Wrong Tree]
A detailed look into what studies and experts conclude about starting a productive, happy day. I love all of the research included here!
How to Be More Productive by Working Less [Mark Manson]
In his "colorful" way, Mark dives into the pointlessness of working long hours. While I don't agree with everything he says, it's an interesting look into how ineffective we can be at the end, and during the last half, of a long shift.
Should You Ever Consider a Balloon Mortgage? [Wise Bread]
A quick look into these potentially dangerous mortgages. It's almost never a good idea, but Dan covers several angles in a few words, so see for yourself!
Five Better Ways to Measure Your Life [Becoming Minimalist]
Wealth is a common way to "measure up." There are so many more ways -- that can actually provide lasting happiness -- to measure up. Here are five really good ones.
“Lunch shaming” inspires dad to pay off $21K school lunch debt [Yahoo]
I didn't even realizes the issue was this serious. This is a great eye opener for a lot of us. It's terrible that people are essentially going hungry in the US and being shamed for it.