Applying Minimalism to Planners

I’m transitioning to being a slightly neurotic workaholic to someone who is mellowing out. I’ve been told I’m succeeding at it, or at least depending on who of my small social group you ask. The stroke of pure basic wisdom I’ve had is that planners are actually meant for arranging tasks in order to have …

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Updated Year ‘Round Capsule Wardrobe

So I should probably explain what a capsule wardrobe is before I continue. In essence, a capsule wardrobe is a smaller collection of clothing items, where everything matches and suits your style. It solves the problem of never having anything to wear because in this wardrobe everything goes together and you love every item. Saving …

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Minimalism: Do I Need to Give Up My Art Supplies?

Minimalism preaches to remove everything unnecessary to open up your life to better experiences. Normally, the unnecessary things are belongings. So what about art supplies that give you experiences? That help you create what you love? Minimalism doesn’t seem to say much about it. My opinion is that if you have a hobby, then you …

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Dangers of Multitasking and Minimalism

Society has been caught in the mental trap that nothing can be accomplished if you aren’t working on several tasks simultaneously. Even if people try to do so, they have a hard time concentrating because they are used to the hecticness of multitasking. This is actually a bigger issue that most people would think. People …

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