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How to get 10,000 steps in Lock-down

It’s hard enough getting all your steps in every day when life is normal. In a virus lock-down situation it can be really challenging. It’s crazy how little you can […]

Lean in Lock-down

So myself and my family are now in lock-down due to the spread of Covid-19. In New Zealand that means that only essential services, food, medical etc can operate.  Unfortunately […]

Twelve Chairs Lighter – for Minimalism Life

Ages ago, I submitted one of my early blog posts to Minimalism Life in the hopes that they would publish it. Minimalism Life is a collaborative project between The Minimalists, Minimalissimo, and 5 […]

Intentional Living – Plans, Pitfalls and Too Much Christmas Cake

As I emerge from the fog of a couple of weeks of not thinking about anything more stressful than making it to the airport on time or ensuring that everyone got enough helpings of Christmas cake, my mind is moving back into the planning stage of re-establishing my routine for the next few months.

A Year of Living Intentionally

I think the real lesson I’ve learned this year is that despite the obstacles, the chaos and the general randomness of life, attempting to live intentionally creates a solid, reassuring theme through it all.

Minimalism – Letting Go of Organised Hoarding

For years before I started to pursue minimalism as a way of life I was a champion organised hoarder. I could satisfy my need to be on top of things by making sure that everything was labelled or in it's assigned container. Whole days were spent putting things in order when it all got out of hand, which of course it always does when you live with someone else who has better things to do than keep everything just so.