Talking about minimalism and living with less and why it is amazing for your life.
Being a minimalist is not about being cheap or frugal. Here are the differences.
Am I really a snob?
The only word you need to learn in minimalism: STOP.
Our Christmas is pretty minimalist. We don’t go through the stress, the hassle or the spending fever (with added debt) to find THE PERFECT gift for anyone. How do we avoid all of that?
What is our hangup with wearing secondhand items? We use things secondhand, almost every day.
I have been visiting a lot of thrift stores lately, not even secondhand because I consider that to be one level up from these places […]
I read this article on Altucher (whom I greatly admire), but with only 15 possessions I had to ask the Elephant of a Question that […]
I’m not even talking about universities and colleges preying on unsuspecting parents and students who think a higher education is the be-all and end-all… Read: […]
Minimalism fails if you don’t want to become one for the right reasons. It can be easy to dismiss becoming a minimalist, or a psuedo-minimalist […]
Minimalism is not just for people who are cheap. It’s for those who want to live a different lifestyle.
Less money spent means more money saved More money saved means the longer you can live in financial peace and security Financial peace and security […]
I am a wealth-obsessed, style-focused, minimalist.
I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months with The Budgeting Tool which I now sell online and donate its net proceeds to charity.
I earn like a princess on average $20,000 a month when I work but am trying hard to live like a pauper by not spending all of it.
The rest of the time I relax and enjoy the time off by traveling, although traveling has been on hold lately with the arrival of Baby Bun, my rambunctious, ever-hungry toddler.