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Minimalism: Why Less Really is More

Minimalism: Why Less Really is More

In a previous post we explored minimalism and the common misconceptions associated with Minimalism. Just to recap, Minimalism is about re-assessing your priorities so that you can get rid of things, ideas, activities and obligations that are not important and add no value to your life. Minimalism will also vary from person to person as… Continue Reading

Minimalism: Dealing With Misconceptions

Minimalism: Dealing With Misconceptions

People on the whole have a misconception as to what Minimalism is. Minimalism is not about giving away stuff that you no longer want or need – although indeed this can be one aspect of it. It is not about living in a really, really small house, although if this is what you want, then… Continue Reading

What is So Beautiful About New Experiences?

What is So Beautiful About New Experiences?

New experiences can take a wide variety of forms. They could involve your first love. It could be that you are embarking on your first solo backpacking adventure? Maybe it’s the first time you initiate a conversation with a stranger? They could take the form of skydiving or even bungee jumping. Perhaps you are volunteering… Continue Reading

The Art of Worrying Less

The Art of Worrying Less

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Jason Large who is a regular writer over at the Daily Zen. I heard a clinking noise in the backseat of my dad’s Toyota Corolla as I drove up the suburban side road. I turned around to see if I could move whatever was making the noise. I… Continue Reading

Who is Sir Nicholas Winton?

Who is Sir Nicholas Winton?

Note From Nick: Many of you might have come across this story already. I thought that I would share if for those that haven’t. It truly is an inspiring and remarkable story. And it is proof of how one person can make a huge difference in peoples lives. In 1938 an Englishman named Nicholas Winton… Continue Reading