Three Questions Everyone Should Be Able To Answer

Life isn’t always simple. There are times where it can feel overwhelming, and there are times where it might just feel like it is going to plan. However, one thing is for sure, life is here to be lived, to be enjoyed, and we only get one real shot at making the most of it.…

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Stop Living Perfectly, And Start Living Authentically

It’s too easy to fall into the trappings of living a ‘perfect’ life, a ‘busy’ life. Ensuring you are ticking off all the widely accepted milestones of success we aspire towards as a society. The perfect home that looks like it could feature in an interiors glossy magazine. The job title and promotion you’ve worked…

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Minimalist Insider: 4 Personal Questions About Appreciating Life’s Moments

Too often we let the day rush by without taking a moment to stop, think, unwind and appreciate the wonderful little things that it has contained. At the end of 2016, I took part in this fantastic yearly review exercise published by one of my favourite bloggers, Anuschka Rees. It is a really valuable collection…

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Living In The Now – Did You Get The Most Out Of Today?

Life is a long journey, however if we spend too much of it focusing on future plans, goals and fears, we won’t leave much time left in the day to just enjoy and experience it. Today, in February, I was going through my calendar and organising annual leave for weddings, holidays and more right up…

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Five Habits You Need To Break

As you make an effort to live more meaningfully, to minimise the clutter and focus on your happiness, you start to appreciate the good things you are doing to make this change. You notice that you now have a morning routine. Nothing pleases you more than having less clutter around the house to sort and…

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10 Minimal Personal Things That Enrich My Days

To often we are focused on the big picture things. Getting through the week to enjoy Friday plans. Countdowns on your phone until your next holiday. Excitedly discussing that it’s only a number of days until Christmas when the days start to get shorter and the fire roars. By focusing on what is to come,…

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