My Quest For Financial Freedom

My Quest For Financial Freedom

I’m an old skool frugalist on a quest to reach financial freedom. Although I’m frugal, I’m not cheap—quite the contrary. I have a refined palate with a taste for quality, but I don’t need nor want lots of things, just a few select well-made, beautiful items that...
Gifts for Readers, Thinkers, and Travelers

Gifts for Readers, Thinkers, and Travelers

I bet you’re up to here (*gestures to eyeballs*) with holiday gift lists and suggestions. But if you haven’t yet found the perfect gifts for the people on your list, read on. Although I’m not much for holidays, I do like to give useful and sustainable...
Intentionalist, Not Minimalist

Intentionalist, Not Minimalist

Minimalism or to be a minimalist inspires much debate. Minimalism was popularized, in large part, by Leo Babauta’s blog, Zen Habits. I love Leo’s work, and have embraced many principles of minimalism, but I’ve grown weary of the term. Minimalism has...
Happiness or Fulfillment?

Happiness or Fulfillment?

What do you desire? When I ask my friends this question, almost everyone responds with a variant of, “I just want to be happy.” When I inquire further as to what happiness looks like for them, the responses are all over the map. It’s clear...
Underachieving: A Celebration of Being

Underachieving: A Celebration of Being

Everywhere I look (on the interwebs) everyone seem so damn motivated. Why is everyone so busy? Maybe it’s just the virtual circles I travel in: online entrepreneurs, writers, coaches, digital program and product creators, and the like—they seem so driven....
The Psychic Weight of Stuff

The Psychic Weight of Stuff

One Sunday morning, much too early to be in public, I participated in a yard sale with my friends. Since I keep Amvets on speed dial I didn’t have much to sell; I purge my possessions every chance I get. But, I joined in to support my friends who had worked hard to...

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