The Updated Bullet Journal Method.

Minimalism, Productivity /

Here’s a short, updated overview of the Bullet Journal method by Ryder Carroll. This is a method that grabbed my attention a while back. Obviously, having been diagnosed with ADHD, I wanted to try to find methods and processes that could help me mitigate and manage my specific symptoms. As somewhat of a fan of […]

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He Who Controls The Clutter...

Minimalism /

“He who controls the spice, controls the universe” Today I’m writing about control. It’s really come about from a lot of discussion over decluttering, especially during the New Year when a lot of people not only create unrealistic resolutions that a majority will fail to keep, but also decide to ‘spring clean’ their house – […]

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Stop Counting Your Stuff.

Minimalism /

There’s always been this ‘trend’ in the sphere of minimalism to count things. It’s almost like it’s part of the process – but I’m here to tell you it really isn’t. Minimalism is not a numbers game. Let me repeat that, being a minimalist does not require you to count anything at all (with an […]

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New Growth, New Year.

Blog /

As we seem to rush into 2022, and people decide on their ‘New Years Resolutions’, and we become bombarded with advertising of diet and fitness programs, sales of fitness and health equipment in the stores, it’s really time for a good solid reflection. This is exactly what I am going to do in this article. […]

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