Clearly, I’m a minimalist. Quality, in most cases, is innately better than quantity. More is not better, it’s just more. Less clutter means an easier life. Keep it simple, slappy. Yet I don’t like calling myself a minimalist. I hate the term minimalist. Allow me to explain why. Why I Hate the Term Minimalist “Minimalism” […]
If you’ve read my post on magna cartas, or know what they are, then you already know where I’m headed with this post. If not, here’s a recap: When you start a new project, you make two lists. The first is what you want, the second is what you don’t. Do more of the things […]
Abandoning false speech, he abstains from false speech. Abandoning divisive speech, he abstains from divisive speech. Abandoning abusive speech, he abstains from abusive speech. Abandoning idle chatter, he abstains from idle chatter.
If you follow me on Instagram, you have witnessed my small collection of gel pens, Stabilo Boss markers, and Washi tape. You’ve seen my quest to find my emotional support unicorn, Vito. This has led some folks to ask if I’ve abandoned minimalism as a philosophy. It’s a fair question. It’s also an opportunity to […]
When I started using my Leuchtturm1917 bullet journal, I said that I wasn’t going to be one of those people that turns it into an arts-and-crafts project with a small side of productivity. I haven’t. If you look at my Instagram feed, though, you will see a rainbow assortment of highlighters, gel pens, washi tape, and […]
In this episode, Katie and Berin talk about having fewer things of better quality. They discuss the peace of mind that comes from not owning a car, enjoying smaller portions of artisanal ice cream, and the self-esteem boost that comes when the important objects in your life are nice things. Special Thanks Pertti Ankkuri Petri […]