Category Archives: Minimalist Wanna-Be

Your Minimalist Choice: Making It Count

Whether or not minimalism appeals to you, as it increasingly does to me, there is one aspect of anyone’s life that would benefit from a bit of minimalist thinking: your TIME. Have you ever been sitting halfway through a movie … Continue reading

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Office Space Case

In my office, I have a desk. It is a fine desk. Beautiful, large, and kind of a dark cherry red wood-that-might-not-actually-be-wood. A desk that I sort of liberated from its sad prior existence of languishing in the lobby, abandoned … Continue reading

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Not minimal (yet?) but less

Since I have been working on changing my internet habits, with the reduction of time-wasting and depressing news sites, which has been successful so far, I have read a lot more posts about minimalism. As far as reading about minimalism, … Continue reading

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Minimalist Consumption of The Web

Spiders are expanding the internet so rapidly, you have to wonder if it’ll reach the size of a virtual universe. And so much of it is not good for MY mind. The most extreme minimalist move I could make is … Continue reading

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