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We decided we wanted to motorbike in Vietnam after having such an amazing time riding around the Thakhek loop in Laos. We spent a week in…
The 5th December 2018 marked 2 years of travelling with my best friend and partner in crime James. This is the story of how it all began.
How I became a minimalist - my long (and sometimes painful)  journey from shopaholic to joyfully living with less.
How minimalism changed my life - a must read if you're on the fence about minimalism or in need of inspiration to continue on your minimalist journey.
I asked thousands of readers what they think it *really* means to be a minimalist. Here's what you had to say about "living with less".
After struggling with expectations and feeling I always needed to do MORE, a lesson in self-worth helped me embrace doing less and feeling good about it.
These hard truths about simple living offer a balanced view of how it can change your life—because, for all the benefits, there are also limitations.
We fear of any changes the most. Nothing gives us more comfort than a false feeling of stability. We want to experience new things in life but we don't want to get exposed to the changes itself.
Learning is essential for you. Even more, if working for yourself. The easiest mistake that anyone can make is ignoring constant and continuous learning.
I always wanted to work remotely. When I moved to Oxford, I used to run at 6am to my work. Each day, mostly in dark, I ran along a house where a light was on. I could not see inside but I saw a room full of bookshelves, a desk, a lamp and a man behind the desk. The man was always writing something. Every morning, unless I rode my bike, the same view. I wanted to be at his place very much.