Tag Archives: simplicity

Life clean-up, part 4: Give me my social media space.

Unlike material things, people aren’t that easy to break away from. These are bonds, forged from over a five-minute exchange, to years spent working or living together; and online relationships are far from virtual — there’s a real person who struggles and trucks through life just like you. Continue reading

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Life clean-up, part 3: The DIY life, and balancing Want vs. Need

I recall someone telling me that their notion of simplicity is being able to have enough cash to spend on things they want without having to worry about the cost. That was 11 years ago for me and, somehow, it … Continue reading

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Life clean-up, part 2: Material(istic) girl

Second post in the Life clean-up series, I tackle here my ongoing tackling against the whole lot of stuff I’ve accumulated in the past years. Back in 1984, Madonna sang about how cold hard cash makes Mr. Right, in the … Continue reading

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Life clean-up, part 1: Down the road of simplicity.

Living a simple life and living with less does not mean living with nothing — it only means keeping what's important, and having the time and space to enjoy those things important to you. Continue reading

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