We’re all at different stages in life. It’s possible you’re in a stage where you aren’t doing anything at all, your stress level is zero, and you have no responsibilities. However, it’s more likely you’re in a stage that’s basically the opposite of that. This is the stage of life I align with.
In this video, I talk about the No-Toys Nursery in Germany. We also talk about how kids are happier with fewer toys and how you can reduce the toys in your home.
A random thought popped into my head the other day. I remembered sitting in a restaurant with an older gentleman, having an interesting conversation about his career as an Army Airborne Ranger. I didn’t know this man and I didn’t remember how I got there.
We don’t always mean it when we apologize. Sometimes it’s just cultural and natural. My goal here is to release you from unnecessary guilt in your life. I’m guilty of this guilt as well.
How many things do you own? You probably have no idea, unless you’re weird or a minimalist who can actually count them. If getting rid of 5,000 things peaks your interest, you might just be a minimalist in the making. But before we dive into what it means to be a minimalist, let’s talk about what minimalism isn’t.
There are plenty of great products out there, and there is plenty of junk. But here’s the thing: the product doesn’t always matter. New products can be a great motivation for starting new habits, but financially, the product is not always necessary.