Weekend Reads


If you guys haven’t heard of Joshua Becker’s blog, Becoming Minimalist – I would highly recommend you to start following his blog. It’s so full of thought and wisdom. Recently, he shared a couple articles worth reading about: Inspiring Simplicity. I have to share it! So I’d reckon you find a comfortable spot, grab a cup of coffee and start getting inspired!

The Science Of Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences |Fast Company by Jay Cassano. You don’t have infinite money. Spend it on stuff that research says makes you happy.

Why I Wear the Exact Same Thing to Work Every Day | Bazaar by Matilda Kahl. An art director on why she leaves the creativity behind when it comes to her professional wardrobe.

The Neurological Pleasures of Fast Fashion | The Atlantic by Marc Bain. Research shows that the brain finds pleasure in the pursuit of inexpensive things, and high-street chains and online retailers sites alike are cashing in.

Simplify—It’s Not Just a Nice Idea | Q Ideas by Nancy Sleeth. “Simplify your life.” “De-clutter.” These are not just trendy self-help phrases, these are Gospel ideas and key to living a sustainable, abundant life.

Stuff it: Millennials Have No Room for Their Parents’ Treasures |Washington Post by Jura Koncius. A seismic shift of stuff is underway in homes all over America.

Here are a couple more random ones I’ve chanced upon this week that are worth a read too… 🙂

How Famous Entrepreneurs Came Up With Their Business Ideas

10 Behaviours of Genuine People

7 Ways Successful and Fulfilled People Think Differently

Simple Hack That Makes You More Creative

3 Keys to Consistent Prayer

Your Predisposition Is Not Your Future



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