The book, “Zero Waste Home” by Bea Johnson was a recommended book I found on a blog I read about living without excess. Being this type of minimalist, earth-saving book, you may think it would be written by someone who has always lived this way. On the contrast, Bea first tells her story about how…… Continue reading ‘Zero Waste Home’: An example to living easier
I don’t remember when I first learned about Minimalism. I knew the term what it meant, but never thought about it a lot until we learned about it in my music history course in college. I instantly fell in love with minimalist music, then onto minimalist art, design, and dance. Not many of my peers…… Continue reading Minimalism is Hypnotic
I was in the fabric store the other day, where I once worked, waiting to ask an associate a question. I was remembering that when I worked there, I made minimum wage which was $5.25 an hour. I then looked over at a shelf and saw a lent roller for sale. It was $6.99. I…… Continue reading Working & Money: How Much Is That?
In the past couple days, I’ve pinpointed some things that stress me out in my life. One of these things is clutter. Over the past few months I’ve concentrated on decreasing my clutter and it’s been a long ride. Clutter is something that always feels like a battle, no matter how much I get rid…… Continue reading My De-cluttering Challenge