There are many wonderful people online pursuing and promoting simplicity. When you find some time this weekend with a nice cup of coffee or tea, may you find inspiration in these words as they encourage others to find more life by owning fewer possessions:
Movie Mogul Doesn’t Want to Be Paid Millions | Mail Online by Rachel Quigley. “The more I give away the wealthier I feel,” Tom Shadyac said. “For everything I ‘gave up’, so much more was returned. The trappings of fame and fortune are exactly that – a trapping. It’s called the spoils of success for a reason.”
Minimal Is Not (Necessarily) Frugal | First Today, Then Tomorrow by Randy Murray. A minimal life is not necessarily one of deprivation. On the other hand, abundance, having everything, isn’t necessarily a life of luxury.
Lessons Learned From 11 Years of Travel | Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau, who recently completed his goal to visit every country on the planet. Some valuable life lessons contained here that apply to far more than travel.
I’m Still Here: Back Online After a Year Without the Internet | The Verge by Paul Miller. A fascinating article on the positives and negatives of Internet-use, written by a man who gave it up for an entire year.