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
- Statistics on Passwords and Tips on How to Make Them Better
- Working From Home… Is It Good Or Bad?
- 10 Actions That Can Help You Feel Better Now
- Babyoom grows with your baby
- Spending Or Saving?
- Improve Your Life By Setting Priorities
- You don’t really need to know the language
- Quote of the Month: Henry David Thoreau
- Do You Judge Non-Minimalists?
- Spring Cleaning
Posted on 4 April , 2012 | 11 CommentsI’m a die-hard lover of renting. With how many times we travel to different cities for work, if we had a home in one city, we’d be royally screwed financially...
Posted on 25 November , 2011 | 14 CommentsIt may not seem like it to many but I find it quite minimalist. Not extreme, but moderate perhaps. Great touches here and there, nothing too fussy and nothing that...
Posted on 24 August , 2011 | No CommentsRecycling at its best: instead of letting an old Japanese farmhouse be destroyed, they dismantled it and moved it to become their new home in another location. “One day we...
Posted on 22 July , 2011 | 19 CommentsWhen I was younger, all I could dream about was perfectly matching sheets, dust ruffles (really!) and pillowcases. See, I grew up in a family where nothing was tossed, and...
Posted on 15 April , 2011 | 6 CommentsHave you ever felt like this?
Posted on 8 April , 2011 | 8 CommentsDo you know the saying: We really live and believe it. We don’t feel any attachment to a city or apartment, because we are at home wherever we decide is...
Posted on 1 December , 2010 | 16 CommentsIs it a permanent address? A city? The things you have — couch, table, bed, chairs? Or is it the relationships you have with the people there? As someone who...
Posted on 17 November , 2010 | 17 Comments…and at half a million, it’s a steal, especially in Japan. I don’t think I could do this. This is not what I’d consider to be a comfortable lifestyle, no...
Posted on 20 October , 2010 | 30 CommentsSecond richest man in India, Antilla Mukesh Ambani after Lakshmi Mittal, built this $1 billion dollar monstrosity. Plans were then drawn up for what will be the world’s largest and...
Posted on 4 August , 2010 | 11 CommentsMinimalism in a home, makes people think of this: White, white and more white! Also, some may think that minimalism always means modern, which I heartily disagree with. It can...
Posted on 12 July , 2010 | 12 CommentsWhich is more minimalist? I’d say renting because: No paint or decorations to buy that you cannot remove/take down You are not going to start buying large, bulky pieces of...
Posted on 31 May , 2010 | 21 CommentsInspired by Francine of Miss Minimalist (I adore her and her blog), who wrote this funny post called “Nothing to Steal” about how they were burglarized years ago, but the...
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