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10 Great Blogs on Simplicity

Simplicity takes work, there I said it. It's easy to live a complicated life but to live and think simply means paying attention to your choices. And attention is one of those things that most of us don't find to be a natural skill.

Simplicity is not about living a life without joy or denying yourself pleasure and growth, on the contrary one of the main reasons to embrace simplicity is to enjoy life more. Simplicity is freeing and rewarding, it helps us to truly see clearly. Simplicity frees us from the constant feelings of wanting more.

Value of Simple - Simplify, Organize, and Be Money Wise

Unlock the Refuge of Simplicity and discover the tools that I and countless others use to simplify, organize, and be money wise. Live intentionally and take action Unsexy tools for sexy benefits

Becoming Minimalist

"Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up." -Thomas A. Edison A few months ago, a friend stumbled upon my Twitter account. We had known each other briefly in the past, but had since lost contact.

Yesterday wasn't a very focused day for me - I got work done, but I also researched a bunch of newish personal interests (mostly programming and cycling), played an iPhone trivia game with my kids, read a bunch of online articles, and did very little of the writing I'd planned.

The Minimalists

When I returned to the States in December after a year of touring, it felt like I'd been driving 100 MPH and then slammed on the breaks: whiplash. But in retrospect, an Einstein metaphor seems more apropos: "Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving."

The Other Side of Complexity

I write about Living Well & Focusing on What's Most Important. Life isn't always exactly how we thought it would be. It can get complicated, but we don't have to surrender. We can work through life's complexities to find what many people call "simplicity on the other side of complexity".

Be More with Less

Why do we abandon our morning routines, or other self-care rituals when we need them the most? When we are sick, traveling, busy, stressed, or worried, the time we set aside to take care of ourselves is the first to go.

Twenty One Delights

Over the last year I've allowed my online life to get quite complicated, working on three different websites and various social media accounts. It's gotten to the point where I'm not doing a very good job at any of them, and so I've decided to stop writing here so I can focus my energy, but I won't be going away.

The Everyday Minimalist

"Living with less, but only with the best"

Midway Simplicity

This is a guest post by Jo Bennett from the Minimalist Self Blog. How are you at sitting still? If you meditate regularly, you likely have an answer to this. If you do not meditate, then give sitting a try - set an alarm for 15 minutes, do nothing and see what happens.


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