Anything that does not bring tranquillity and peace to your life is clutter.
“Uitwaaien” means to go out into nature as a way of clearing your mind.
Letting go to the point of not caring is actually similar to trying to control everything.
Living slow means listening to your body and giving it the rest it deserves. It means refusing to reach a level of exhaustion.
Simply being thoughtful about your purchases.
Identify what is most important to you. Eliminate everything else.
Heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary.
Akrasia is when you do one thing even though you know you should do something else. Like spending and saving.
It is a Greek word which means the highest human good – the good life.
It doesn’t matter how fast you move as long you are moving in a worthwhile direction.
Rest is a necessary ingredient for your mind and body. Rest is not given to us, we have to take it.
Comparison makes us feel as if life is a race. The only benefit to comparison is inspiration.
Most Millennials are weighed down by student debt, the high cost of housing and bleak career prospects.
Material items do not always equal happiness. Sometimes they just add more stress and debt.
Minimalism is less about the quantity of items you have and more about the quality of life you create.
If you have a safe place to sleep, reasonable health and food in the fridge, you probably have enough.
Many people forget that birthday celebrations are about people and moments rather than gifts and stuff.
Being good at money does not mean you don’t spend it; and not spending it does not make you good with money.
When you develop a healthy relationship with money, you don’t spend money on needless stuff.