Lagom is a Swedish term that roughly translates into "the understanding that I have enough". Words have the power to shape what we understand in the world and understanding this one could shape your perceptions.
Minimalist living means many different things to different people. Many people in this world are minimalists without even knowing it. Are you?
Analysis of 10k people pursuing financial independence shows most millennials could retire by 40. Here's what they'll need to do to make it happen.
Earlier this year, we were hit by Hurricane Irma. This got us thinking a lot about hurricane preparation while making mindful consumption choices.
Marie Kondo's "Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" invites us to ask a simple question of our possessions: "Does this spark joy?". Understanding if something sparks joy can take patience and practice - and has taken me years (so far).
Keeping a decluttered desktop with the minimum number of distractions helps me concentrate more on life and less on digital clutter.
Blogging about investing hits on very personal numbers that are sometimes considered taboo to discuss. I went back and forth on whether to be anonymous for this blog before eventually opting to blog as myself.
Is there something in your life you have a dozen of but only use 1 of 2? Here's one area that snuck up on me.
There is a perception that minimalism means stripping possessions to the bare minimum needed to live. I find this description to be much different to what most minimalists think the term means. Here's my take on the difference between these two terms.