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
- The Road to Buying Your First House Can Be a Real Obstacle Course
- Minimalist Lifestyle – Short Essay
- 15 Best Twitter Accounts to Learn About Market Commodities
- How to Choose a Credit Card as a College Student
- How to Trade Binary Options Through Various Asset Classes
- 4 Tips for Minimalist Real Estate Investors
- So You Want to Try One-Touch Binary Options Trading?
- Quote of the Month: Imagination Will Take You Everywhere
- Is “Pay Yourself First” a Cliché?
- A Family of 5 With One Car – Extreme Frugality or Common Sense?
Posted on 29 February , 2016 | 2 CommentsTweet This one is powerful to me. I must admit it shocked me a little. Despite my “young” age, I’ve been through a lot of difficult times in my life […]
Posted on 19 February , 2016 | No CommentsTweet If you work from home or in a big business having a clear desk helps to have a clear head to get work done more efficiently. According to a […]
Posted on 2 February , 2016 | No CommentsTweet Debts have a nasty habit of piling up on one another. When one of them starts getting out of control, the others tend to follow suit as you […]
Posted on 29 January , 2016 | No CommentsTweet Every New Year we set ourselves goals to complete over the next 12 months. Many of our New Year resolutions are targeted at making ourselves to the best we […]
Posted on 25 January , 2016 | No CommentsTweet Nelson Mandela is a great inspiration to me. I was born Catholic. Still consider myself to be. But I’ve rejected many prejudices that were – supposedly – part of […]
Posted on 22 January , 2016 | No CommentsTweet If you follow me regularly on this blog, you know that I value physical activity in my life. I think practicing a sport or a physical activity truly helps […]
Posted on 28 December , 2015 | No CommentsTweet For the last 2015 post on Everyday Minimalist, I thought about doing a Review of The Year. I really enjoyed writing here for the whole year and wanted to […]
Posted on 21 December , 2015 | 2 CommentsTweet -Patrick Meagher I wanted to bring back the “Quotes of the Month” for some time, but always lacked time to really put myself into it. Time has now come! […]
Posted on 14 December , 2015 | No CommentsTweet We’ve all been there before: a cluttered workspace, files in disarray, chaos encroaching on our work. Once this scenario takes hold, it becomes more difficult to get some quality […]
Posted on 9 December , 2015 | No CommentsTweet Over the years, our dear Christmas has lost some of its meaning. It slowly turned into an event of over consumption. Santa Claus and Christmas gifts have turned this […]
Posted on 1 December , 2015 | No CommentsTweet Part of being a minimalist is enjoying simple things. Not necessarily cheap things, but simple and in the moment. When I’m experiencing one of these little pleasures, I feel […]
Posted on 24 November , 2015 | No CommentsTweet As a minimalist mom, I don’t like my kids to accumulate belongings as if it were their due. I would like them to realize how lucky they are to […]
Posted on 18 November , 2015 | No CommentsTweet A word from V: Even though I didn’t write this piece myself, I thought the list of pros and cons could be a good follow-up to my previous post: […]
Posted on 17 November , 2015 | No CommentsTweet Most of us have an old, dilapidated building somewhere in our neighbourhood that still holds some romantic appeal. Timeworn mansions are beautiful to look at and many people may […]
Posted on 16 November , 2015 | No CommentsTweet Bigger doesn’t always mean better, especially when it comes to the maintenance of a home. In fact, most families are able to afford smaller dwellings without having to change […]