How Can Limitations Free You Up?

In the pillar post entitled “If Simple Living Is a Game, These Are The Rules”, I shared with you the 3 step process to simplify any area of your life. The 3 steps are: Declutter: eliminate the unnecessary. Organize: put like things together. Maintain: control the flow of what comes in and what goes out. […]

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Need Your Help With The Title Of A New E-book

First of all, I would like to thank the 58,310 readers who visited this blog since its launch on April 17, 2012. I’m so happy by the amazing feedback I received from you in general and on The Midway Simplicity Show specifically. We have already completed 10 episodes with awesome simplicity experts. They all honored me […]

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Save a Fortune and Live the Life of Your Dreams with Annie Brewer

“Life is about more than stuff” – Annie Brewer Annie is a prolific voice of simplicity. She wrote 11 e-books that you can find on Amazon Kindle Store. She was so kind to send me a copy of her bestselling book “The Shoestring Girl: How I Live On Practically Nothing and You Can Too“. I’m going […]

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29 Tips to Travel on Budget

I just finished reading Travel Happy, Budget Low by Susanna Zaraysky. It’s a great book on planning and enjoying your trip on budget. In this post, I would like to share with you a few money saving tips that I learned from the book. The guiding principle of this book is that: Some of the […]

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Seek Truth With Nina Yau

“You don’t need more words, you need more truth” – Nina Yau  That’s why Nina Yau began her journey of seeking truth. She has been writing since the age of five, she traveled alone to Taiwan at the age of six, and she left the 9-to-5 lifestyle to live a life that’s more suited to […]

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55 Simple Gift Ideas That Are Unique and Memorable

“A book is a gift you can open again and again.” – Garrison Keillor A gift is never measured by its price. A true gift is always measured by its meaning (and sometimes its usefulness too). You don’t have to buy expensive gifts to show how much you value the other person. Simple ideas that […]

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5 Tips From An Ex-Consumer To Help You Be Free

“Once I became more aware of all the influences that we’re exposed to and that shape our view points and our perspectives and our purchasing habits, I started to change my ways” – Jenny McCutcheon  That’s how Jenny, the ex-consumer, and her husband began their journey to become consumer debt free and open up a world of freedom they […]

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How To Turn Your Intentions Into Actions

This is a guest post by Andrea Briggs from The Inside Thread Studio What do you wish for yourself, community, world? Simplicity? Better health? Greater awareness? Do you know you can imagine, design, create, and establish new mental thoughts {habits} which will allow you to create ripples of love & kindness and fuel the very own aspirations for […]

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Minimalism That’s Accessible To Everybody With Robert Wall

“I think simplicity and minimalism really needs to be made accessible to everybody” – Robert Wall That’s why Robert Wall started his Untitled Minimalism blog. Robert calls himself an Internet “jack-of-all-trades” who is on a journey to a life of minimalism, simplicity & frugality.. His special freedom formula is: Simplicity + Minimalism + Frugality = Freedom Robert is […]

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Simplicity Is Not An Absolute

This is a guest post by LJ Earnest from the The Simple Productivity Blog The most common thing people say to me when they find out I write about simplification is “I can’t do that. I can’t live without stuff.” And that’s before they even find out what I think simplification is. It’s all over […]

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