Tag Archives | minimalism

Back from the Dread

I’ll admit right off the bat that I thought of this catchy title first (Back from the Dread). It barged to the forefront of my mind – elbowing it’s way through all my other potential (but far less superior) titles. I’m now fully committed and must create content. Here goes nothing… It’s been absolutely forever […]

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Toys

I have two amazing Boston Terriers. The oldest, Harley – very gentle, independent, sensitive, and intuitive. The youngest, Penelope – quite the opposite. She’s a rough and tumble type, but surprisingly dependent. She’s always at our feet, but isn’t that affected by the moods of those around her. Pretty ying and yang as a pair […]

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Shoes

Now that I’ve de-cluttered all that is digital in my life, my mission is to go through my possessions every day until I’ve filtered through them all. I plan on counting everything in order to bring to the very forefront of my mind how much stuff I truly have. I think I will be shocked, […]

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Inbox

There’s something really great about spending hours shopping for products online and bouncing back and forth between sites until you zero in on the best deal. A few days later, your purchase magically appears on your doorstep (not gonna lie, it’s kind of like Christmas)! No parking, no lines, no people bumping into your bags. […]

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Desktop

My Desktop was hideous. Scattered with random screen shots, pictures, documents, folders, and folders within folders (and in some cases, a folder within the folder within the folder). My background – a default that came on my laptop (purchased years ago). My hard drive was right in the middle of the screen – I could […]

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iPhone

Like most people with iPhones I’ve gotten carried away with applications. A food delivery app, a radio app, an Xfinity app, a Netflix app, an ESPN app, a Pandora app, an Amazon app, and Ebay app, a Zappos app, a budgeting app, a kettle bell app, a Nike Fuel Band app, several photo filter apps, […]

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Day 1: A Simple Start

Ok, so I’ve read a bunch of great essays on minimalism and I’ve achieved maximum motivation. But where does one start? Yesterday I looked around at all of my stuff and instantly felt overwhelmed. After 31 years of accumulation, there is literally a TON of stuff to go through. I was tempted to get a […]

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