I may be a minimalist now, but I could have easily been a hoarder. Not because I am especially materialistic (though I was years ago), but mostly because I am sentimental. Three years ago my best friend John helped me move to a new apartment. I was not yet educated in the art of minimizing and
I was helping a coworker in another state by phone the other day. I asked how his day was going, made a comment on the state he was in, and in turn, he asked where I was. I replied with my typical “Unfortunately I’m stuck in Arizona right now” comment. Most people chuckle or laugh
I started meditating several years ago and have found the practice to be extremely helpful in keeping stress and anxiety at bay. A few months ago, while reading Wishes Fulfilled by Dr. Wayne Dyer, I started adding bedtime ‘I AM’ affirmation meditations to my routine. As I go to bed each night I close my
I have a little bit to say about a lot of things today. I usually like to stay focused on one topic, but the last 7 days have been a little bit of crazy, so this is what you get when that happens.
In “The Inspiration to Full-Time” series of posts, I shared the various epiphanies that led to my decision to travel full-time. The Minimalists and The Office Hobo being 2 of the first major influences. What I didn’t detail in those blog posts was the influence my cats, Basil and Freddie, had (and continue to have)
This is not the blog post I had prepared to post this morning. The one I prepared yesterday afternoon was quickly put on the back burner last night after dinner. As I normally do daily, I pulled up my subscription feed on YouTube after dinner last night. The first videos that always get watched, and
I was off work the Wednesday before Thanksgiving so I woke up ready to tackle some writing projects and complete some work on a new website I am developing. I was pretty motivated and excited to get some real progress made as I opened my laptop to begin my work. I was unaware my computer