Episode 01 – Ross Weir: The Extraordinary Ordinary Series.

Ross is a 26 year old English Teacher, Aspiring Author and Proud Dog Dad currently living in Barcelona, Spain. In the last four years he has lived in many countries, travelled lots, modeled for a few Vietnamese adverts and companies, and lived a pretty envy inducing life! He is currently launching his own online English Teaching Community…

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Minimise Your Media: Take Back Your Shelves

How are your spare surfaces and shelves occupied in your home? Are they filled with things you treasure, things with a purpose, and things that enrich your life? Or are they filled with old books you won’t read again, DVD’s you’ve seen twice but also have saved on your hard-drive, and CD’s when you no…

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New Year’s Resolutions: Aiming for Less, Achieving More

2016 is just around the corner, and I have started to think about what excitement, adventure and experiences the next 365 days could hold. Looking forward, I have a few aims that I would like to achieve in the coming twelve months, but I won’t be measuring myself against them. I find that too often…

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What A Year: 2015 In Review

1. Less is more If you follow my blog you won’t be surprised to learn that I have been trying to experience more and buy less for two years now. Over the last twelve months, this is something I have really invested in and concentrated on a whole lot more. A lot of people have…

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Minimalism Made Easy: Stop Comparing Your Life To Others

“Comparison is the death of joy.” – Mark Twain I am guilty of it, you are probably guilty of it too. Even when we don’t intend to we compare ourselves to others as if it is almost a natural process. We know that by comparing ourselves to others we feel as if we are not…

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The most important things I learned in work, that you won’t see on my CV

When I left university I had to make a choice about what I now wanted to do for a living. At first there seemed to be two options, a graduate job or a year out travelling. However I didn’t take the ‘straight into the corporate world’ graduate career route, but I also didn’t pack my…

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