Tag: minimalism

What Minimalism Has Taught Me

Minimalism is a lifestyle that helps people question what things add value to their lives. By clearing the clutter from life’s path, we can all make room for the most important aspects of life: health, relationships, passion, growth, and contribution. -The Minimalists at theminimalists.com I stumbled across The Minimalists website when I was in the

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Habits to Change Your Life

There are a lot of 30-Day challenge videos and blog posts online. People try veganism for a month or meditate for an hour every day for 30 days; that sort of thing. I thought it would be beneficial to try some 30-Day challenges with the goal of finding habits that would change my life. I

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A Beginner’s Guide to Minimalism|Minimalism #1

If you’ve been on the internet for long enough, endlessly scrolling through articles and YouTube videos on being productive or improving your life, you’ve probably at least heard about minimalism. If you’ve ever wondered what minimalism is, or how to be a minimalist, then here is a beginner’s guide to be a minimalist. Firstly: the

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Productivity in a World of Distractions

Technology has had an incredible impact on creativity. The number of people on YouTube who create mind-blowing content is remarkable. The blogs, the podcasts, the photography/art portfolios, ebooks… the list goes on and on and on. Technology has done achieved so much in the world of creativity, but it comes with a lot of distractions.

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30 Days Without Social Media: The Beginning

Today I turn off my phone.  Not literally. I need access to emails for work and wordpress for writing, however everything else has been turned off. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter – everything is off limits for the month of December. Why Am I Doing This? I want space to breathe.  Social media steals so much of

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