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Video: A rich life with less stuff | The Minimalists | TEDxWhitefish

I really enjoyed this short speech by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus who shared on why they decided on the Minimalist lifestyle. Ryan shared how he was earning 6-figure income and accumulating a lot of assets but was feeling unhappy and dissatisfied. To me they examplify some of the reasons why I started on […]

Minimalism is a mark of a Mindful Soul.

“The more you have, the more you ended up doing. The more things you are busy doing the more it takes you away from what really needs to be done and hence it becomes the realm of distractions. Insight by ‘Adnan the Traveller We all lead busy lives. Whether it be work, family or our […]

Going back to basics

Every once in awhile, especially as we grow older, and life becomes increasingly complex, there is a need to simplify our life. Taking reference from the saying, ‘Seeing the forest for the trees’, complexity usually results in us seeing so many tree branches leading every direction but not necessarily how all these are related to […]

Andrew Hyde: The man who owns only 15 things

Andrew Hyde is a man who chose to practice the minimalist lifestyle by choice. In one of his most popular blog entry, he shared how he sold of everything and reduce his properties to only 15 items. Click here. In case you are wondering who he is, his website describes him as the following: Andrew […]

My thoughts on minimalism

I have started a conscious effort to practice the minimalism lifestyle. Initially my perspectives was on material minimalism. Spent a day discarding stuff that no longer serves me. I realised that the beauty of the minimalism lifestyle is the conscious awareness that has to exist before u can practice tis lifestyle. U have to ask […]


All you really need are water, food, shelter. The rest are all unnecessary. And at a higher level of spiritual development you don’t even need all those because u realise when you have merged with divinity, you are nourished by the great divine more than what any food or shelter can provide. Tweet