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The battle of the brain sides Many decluttering and simplifying websites suggest you to start with your wardrobe. But why is this? Is it because success will be achieved immediately (after all, how difficult is it to randomly drop stuff … Continue reading
I think I have the perfect shoe wardrobe now. But is it minimalistic?…well, rather not, coming from an extreme point of view, i.e., compared to folks who are content with only one pair of vibram five fingers or such. I … Continue reading
I’m just reading a book about behavioural economics (Why smart people make big money mistakes — And how to correct them by Belsky & Gilovich), and a passage about “choice conflict” stuck with me. They write about decision-making of customers … Continue reading
At the moment I have a colleague visiting from Europe who is staying in our flat for some weeks. When she arrived I told her how everything works, and apologized for not having a TV. She said “oh that’s fine, … Continue reading
I had been living without some standard household items for longer periods of time and thought I’d share my experiences how it went. Especially in the light of seeing people give away all their furniture to be more location-independent. From … Continue reading