Philosophy Archive

  • 3 Strategies to help you Stop Shopping

    Tweet If keeping your home clutter free is not a good shopping strategy for you, read on for my top 3 strategies (tried, tested and true) that have helped me many a time to stop a purchase. I have used them individually or in combinations […]

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  • The defining Ah-Hah! Moments of my Life – Part 2

    The defining Ah-Hah! Moments of my Life – Part 2

    Tweet Read about my first Ah-Hah! Moment here. Second Ah-Hah! Moment: Buying quality & not always quantity is not so stupid after all. There was a time when I thought: more, is more is more. Right? Heck if someone gives me a choice of eating 2 […]

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  • The defining Ah-Hah! Moments of my Life – Part 1

    The defining Ah-Hah! Moments of my Life – Part 1

    Tweet In today’s society, the sign of wealth is accumulation of goods, toys and other status items. I feel as though that mentality has slowly been changing, due partly to the push by the recent recession. And I am thrilled to be a part of […]

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  • The Consumerist Minimalist

    The Consumerist Minimalist

    Tweet It 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 on exactly what minimalism means to me. There are other Minimalists out there who […]

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  • Are you a Happy Victim?

    Are you a Happy Victim?

    Tweet Came across the amazing work of Kyoichi Tsuzuki who has photographed Generation X Tokyoites in Japan who have been obsessed with a brand or designer. Apartments in Japan are generally pretty small compared to what you can find in North America and their homes […]

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