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
- Do you own a wardrobe or a bunch of clothes in your closet?
- Quote of the month: Richard Branson
- Do You Know When to Stop?
- You already know the answer to success
- Mandarin Oriental Hotels, A Must Try?
- Applying Minimalism to the Holidays
- The privilege of digital photography to preserve memories
- Another Minimalist Wallet: The Fold
- Getting To Know Your DNA? Would You Do It?
- Add a Little Minimalism to Your Diet
Posted on 22 November , 2009 | No CommentsInstead of getting those charms around the wineglass tem, and a separate coaster, why not combine the two? It’s an Etsy find! Via Apartment Therapy.
Posted on 21 November , 2009 | 2 CommentsShiny Suds does. This is a brilliant commercial by Method and Droga5. Really puts a new (funny) perspective on your cleaners.
Posted on 21 November , 2009 | No CommentsNo sweat. Make them into art. What a smart idea! Via Unplggd
Posted on 21 November , 2009 | 11 CommentsI was asked this recently, in a fun, daydreaming exercise: If you got $1,000,000 cash, tax-free.. what would you do with it? I sat there stumped. Racked my brains....
Posted on 20 November , 2009 | 6 CommentsIt’s so true that we literally see things differently. Tying this back to minimalism, it just means you have to find a balance that’s right for you. Via Paper Tissue.
Posted on 19 November , 2009 | 1 CommentEvilDonkey (my new addition to my blogroll) wrote about feeling guilty for feeling so good for wanting his new laptop. It embarrases me to say so but buying the computer...
Posted on 18 November , 2009 | 2 CommentsI love the simplicity of a small design change for a big impact. Sometimes you don’t need a fancy, pie-in-the-sky sort of idea. You just need a minimal change that...
Posted on 18 November , 2009 | 4 CommentsWhen I first heard the word “minimalism” being buzzed around, I immediately had thoughts having to get rid of everything I owned with nothing in my wardrobe save for 5...
Posted on 16 November , 2009 | 2 CommentsNow you can have it all. A real space for your car but a clean and clutter-free garden. Via Re-Nest.
Posted on 16 November , 2009 | 27 CommentsIt sounds like an oxymoron but I am starting to feel like I am a Consumerist Minimalist. I am still trying to figure it out, but I think I’ve hit...
Posted on 15 November , 2009 | No CommentsJust make them out of wire. And when you’re sick of the garment, untwist the wire and make something else. I just can’t guarantee how comfortable they’d be. Wire Sculpture...
Posted on 14 November , 2009 | No CommentsLast week, I talked about modifications to your Firefox browser to just let it show favicons. This week, it’ll be modifying your Windows Vista (or XP) desktop to be clean...
Posted on 13 November , 2009 | 4 CommentsThe most effective (and the most difficult) ads know how to keep it simple. Via Web Designer Depot
Posted on 13 November , 2009 | 2 CommentsThe Kitchn
Posted on 12 November , 2009 | 6 CommentsHe says: I live without cash – and I manage just fine Armed with a solar laptop and toothpaste made from washed-up cuttlefish bones, Mark Boyle gave up using...