I once lived in a mobile home for 6 months
Before I became a ‘minimalist’, or rather, a nomadic minimalist, I already had a growing tendency towards the lifestyle. I lived out of a 200 square foot mobile home fo
Making your own minimalist tea strainer (easy to clean and it is cheap)
I checked in pretty much all the tea shops for a tea strainer that was NOT made in China. All of the tea strainers at David’s Tea and Teavana are made in China under “s
The high prices of homes in Canada is our doing and our fault
Go and read this post called: Royal Jelly, and come back for my comments here. …*waits*.. Done? Okay. Here goes. The problem with housing is that we’re unrealistic, and
How living full-time in a hotel is cheaper than having an apartment
Living in a hotel full-time has been cheaper for me than in an apartment.
The Homeless Billionaire – Minimalist Inspiration: Nicolas Berggruen
Nicolas Berggruen is worth $2.2 billion and is a minimalist at heart. He basically lives out of hotels, doesn’t own a fancy home, a car, or even a watch. Credit As Berggruen&
Organized Data: How to name files, folders and photographs
Some call me OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), when it comes to naming files, photos and folders, but I like to call it: organized. This is a peek into my world of data organiza
Is your cheap sweater killing you?
Time Magazine “Toxic Clothing“: In April, Greenpeace purchased 141 items from 20 global fashion brands across 29 countries; these garments had been manufactured in at l
Being an equal in a (mostly) patriarchal world
Something I’ve noticed time and time again at home, or when I travel abroad is when I am with BF, I am not addressed as a person. He’s the one that gets the: How are yo
How I organize my life
This is how I keep my life in line and organize it.
Are we not into buying stuff any more?
This article: Why Millennials Don’t Want To Buy Stuff really gave me pause for thought. Note: Millennials = Generation Y, or anyone born after 1982. There are some good ideas