Today my family and I sat in the family a.k.a my mother’s incubator for creative types. If you have watched silicon valley you will know what this means. My brother is a game designer and my sister is an artist. We were discussing ways to increase passive income and build wealth. Yes, this is… Continue reading Cooperative economy.
I just got back from a run and am feeling good! The weather is somewhere between a storm and a sunny day so I went out early to avoid being blown away. I have decided to have a cosy day, (finally) lit my Bath & Body works candle from my lovely sister in law, and… Continue reading Sunday Morning Hygge.
Recently, I’ve been getting a lot of questions on my blog (Hurray!) Thanks for reading guys! So I thought it would be fun to do a Q & A post. I watch a lot of cute and silly Q & A videos on Youtube, so I am interested to see if it would work in… Continue reading Q & A.
Another post of self-cleansing, decluttering theme. I am preparing to travel for a month, and am spending the weekend tying up all the loose ends before I go. I find that although the amount of stuff I have has reduced, I am spending a lot of time on menial tasks that I don’t enjoy. I… Continue reading Simplifying your life.
People often ask me how I do so many things, manage to side hustle, work, have a blog, social life, studied abroad, planned a wedding etc. Although this topic has been done to death on Youtube, I am going to give some tips that you may have heard on Youtube and that may or may… Continue reading Like a Girl Boss
I recently heard the word Lagom floating around Instagram. I decided to explore. I found that it means “not too little, not too much”. Roughly translated from Swedish. It is the idea of living within your means. As someone who suffers with anxiety, I have rituals about spending and saving money, which gives me reassurance.… Continue reading Lagom. Not too little, not too much.
After visiting Japan, I started reading a bit more about Japanese Minimalism. There is a book out on the subject by Fumio Sasaki called Goodbye Things. I have already read KonMari: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. We are certainly tidy, but have TOO.MUCH.STUFF. As we prepare to move and try to reduce the… Continue reading Declutter, Declutter, Declutter.