Tag Archives: Minimalism

Minimalism or Homesteading?

Minimalism or Homesteading?   I am back to considering the clutter again. Like most of us I struggle in this area. I read books like Clutter Be Gone! and websites like The Minimalists and I strive to emulate these people, … Continue reading

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Running, the Minimalist Sport?

Running is the ultimate minimalist sport. Shirt, shorts, shoes…sorted! Once outside your front door you put one foot in front of the other and repeat until you have done as much as you want, or until you reach home again. … Continue reading

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So…I had my van broken into on New Years Eve!

Yep, my New Years present was waiting for me after a run. The day had started well. After several days of heavy rain, the skies had cleared and it was promising to be a beautiful day. Peter and I got … Continue reading

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Living Life by Numbers

Do you remember those ‘Paint by Numbers’ pictures you did when you were a kid? They weren’t too bad, if you were careful when you did them, and you stood well back when looking at the finished picture. But they … Continue reading

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Slow Living vs Minimalism

There are other names too – Simple Living; Voluntary Simplicity; Sustainable Living. What do they all mean? And how do they differ from each other? The simplest way to look at it is to see what they have in common. … Continue reading

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