Tag Archives: minimalism

If You Don’t LOVE It Or USE It – Lose It

What is the value of work?  It’s a commonly recognised issue that people spend too much time on work, they work at work, then they bring it home.  Where is the balance, and where are our priorities? As I’ve mentioned … Continue reading

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Value of the Simple Things

I see more and more evidence that minimalism is creating a following for itself.  This has made me realise there are two types of people in the world, people who want things and people who want experiences. Things people – … Continue reading

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A Day In the Life

We are currently living on a single income, which can be straining at times, but there are silver linings.  We haven’t done this due to minimalism or anything, simply for a happier existence, my partner wants a job he loves … Continue reading

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Minimalism – Did They Have It Right?

There seems to be a minimalism movement going on at the moment.  It’s like we’ve had enough of the race to keep up with those around us, aiming higher, and now we’ve decided to let it all go and turn … Continue reading

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