If you're anything like me, you spend the majority of your time huddled over a laptop. You stare at a screen all day at work, and then you come home and stare at a screen for a few more hours. Eventually, you start to wonder whether what you are doing could be considered "living." It's a tough . . .
As I'm leaving in just a few days for Ecuador, I'm busying myself with a lot of last-minute stuff. Unfortunately, because I'm one of those ever-disorganized procrastinators, there's a lot of last-minute stuff. Since I'm trying to be as efficient as possible with all of this, I've devised my own . . .
There's nothing like moving to snap you into the reality that you've amassed a lottt of stuff. It happens. It seems that we tend to expand to fit the space we're allotted. In an effort to truly embrace minimalist living, I've been spending a lot of time trying to get through the clutter and really . . .
Constant travellers know that the accumulation of stuff makes things quite complicated. When you are constantly uprooting your life, you begin to learn the value of simplifying, stripping back, having greater appreciation for a smaller number of possessions. Scrap that, you don't need to be a . . .