In a Nutshellother blog: fabulously broke in the city
minimalist since: 2007 -- why minimalism?
talk to me: contact me here!
current location: canada/usa
home: hotel room
owns: 3 suitcases 2 carryons of stuff
# of items: more than 100!
furniture: 1 japanese futon
works: business consultant
gadgets: macbook pro, ipod touch (pda)
drinks: earl grey cream tea
practices: rebel yoga and de-cluttering
loves: minimalism, $$ management, traveling
quirk: must prep my food before eating
Most Recent Posts
- A smarter keyhole
- Using Cloud Services For Better Communications
- The Advantages of Living in Smaller Spaces
- A Village of 100 People
- The great beauty of Rome: an alternative guide
- Having Dinner In Paradise?
- What is Mortgage Life Insurance, and Do You Need the Protection?
- Nutella Jars turn into great drinking glasses afterwards
- Quote of the Month: Massimo Vignelli
- Do You Live According to Your Priorities?
Posted on 14 April , 2014 | No CommentsTweet By Toby Ng, it’s an imaginary village of 100 people who represent the 7 billion of us (and counting) in the global village. See more images here
Posted on 10 February , 2014 | No CommentsTweet This deaf woman named Sloan Churman got an implant that uses eardrum vibrations to bring sound back to her ear. Watch as she hears her own voice for the […]
Posted on 23 December , 2013 | No CommentsTweet No one can imagine doing something if they haven’t done it themselves before. Think back to when you were a little kid and your parents told you to put […]
Posted on 28 October , 2013 | 1 CommentTweet This is really a lovely video — the reactions of the nomads seeing their photo for the first time is something very innocent and pure. The photos were taken […]
Posted on 15 October , 2013 | 1 CommentTweet So you’ve finally retired. Congratulations! Now what? Do you really want to spend the rest of your days lounging around? Of course not. Here are a few activities you […]
Posted on 11 October , 2013 | 6 CommentsTweet I always love to look at studies like this. The Economist magazine does a ranking of the best cities in the world to live in. Not all cities are […]
Posted on 26 September , 2013 | No CommentsTweet It’s been already a couple years that Everyday Minimalist can count on its regular readers. Many of you have shared their experiences on this blog or exchanged some thoughts. […]
Posted on 25 September , 2013 | 1 CommentTweet On August 13, 2013, Money Morning weighed in on the ongoing Apple vs. Samsung patent dispute that’s made its way to the United States’ highest office. The financial website […]
Posted on 23 September , 2013 | No CommentsTweet All the condensed information below was taken from the article: The Economics of Happiness Happiness = Set Point + Condition + Voluntary Conditions Set Point = How happy you […]
Posted on 30 August , 2013 | 14 CommentsTweet Today I read an incredibly interesting post by Seth Godin (one of my favorite blogs), you can see his post here: An end of books It got me thinking. […]
Posted on 16 August , 2013 | 4 CommentsTweet Today, I wanted to share a statistic that I saw. I’m not entirely sure how to comment on it or even what to think. The US is a major […]
Posted on 19 July , 2013 | 6 CommentsTweet I don’t know about you but personally, knowing when and how much to tip often gives me headaches. When I go to a restaurant in my own city, I […]
Posted on 10 May , 2013 | 5 CommentsTweet Working in the financial industry, I’m very aware of the fact that saving is important. It’s important to start as early as possible and to increase whatever you can […]
Posted on 22 March , 2013 | 2 CommentsTweet Have you ever had the feeling that de-cluttering doesn’t only apply to materials? We almost all have at least one friendship that we bear since high school or even […]