For the first time in my life, I've been doing "retail therapy". An interesting experience, but not as good as my usual simple living. I need balance, so today I begin a "Shop No Things" period.
Life is no way near perfect, and neither am I. The key to a simpler, more joyful life is accepting that and building on the good parts.
I'm thinking to much about habits, and forgetting to practice them. Time for a Reboot.
My own take on minimalistic time-management, summarised. And a New Years tradition I really recommend.
I've been scouring the web for posts on the subject of minimalistic time-management. Here are a few of my favourites.
A day a week with no plans - how would that feel? And what would I do? An interesting idea worth trying.
In order to live a more simple life, I need to find and eliminate my time-thieves. Part 2/2.
In order to live a more simple life, I need to find and eliminate my time-thieves. Part 1/2.
In order to handle my time better I need to get my priorities straight. What are the most important things in my life?