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Get Rid of the Excess in Your Life

Learning to be content with what you have and not focus on what you don’t have can make all the difference in how satisfied you are with your life. So often we chase after excess stuff we don’t need – exuberant cars, clothes, TVs, phones, laptops, or whatever – and this constant striving can be […]

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Why Buying Experiences is Better than Buying Stuff

A lot of the clothes I still wear I’ve had for years. The video games I play today are all from previous generations. And I still use the same TV, laptop, and cellphone that I’ve had for a really long time. It’s not that I’m against any of these things or that I’m against spending […]

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10 Personal Development Blogs You Should Check Out

As someone who keeps a very watchful eye toward the personal development blogosophere, I can tell you first-hand that there are a lot of really great (and often underappreciated) sites out there which offer incredible amounts of information, wisdom, and perspective. I feel I’d be doing my readers a big disservice by not mentioning these […]

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The Revolt Against Money

A lot of people have very strong beliefs about money. In this article, I try to dispel some of the most common misconceptions I believe lead to unhealthy attitudes about money, and why we should cultivate a more balanced view about money and how it fits into our value system. I imagine that before you […]

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Bare Essentials of My Minimalist Workout

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