Everything Takes Time, But Does This Mean You Should Wait Forever?!

You have a goal — a big goal may be. You are on track, but it is taking too much time. Optimistic and successful people around you encourage you to persist and be patient. They tell you that everything takes time. Pessimistic and average people around you think you should quit what you’re trying to […]

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Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week: Live In The Present, Enjoy More, Write on Paper

Welcome to the 3rd edition of the Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week. Every Thursday you’ll find quick and easy simplicity tips & ideas to help you enjoy more with less. Enjoy this week’s tips: Downgrade to a smaller, yet still-appealing house, if you’re struggling with your mortgage. Practice living in the present moment. Be grateful […]

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How To Deal With The Unexpected (The Midway Choice)

As usual, you wake up early in the morning to drive to work before the rush hour. You take a shower, get dressed, and eat your breakfast. Then, you leave home and go to your car to find a flat tyre! It takes time to replace the tyre, you drive in the rush hour, you’re […]

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Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week: Decluttering, Small Pleasures, Sharing and more

Welcome to the second edition of the Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week. Thanks for your amazing positive feedback on the first edition. It really encouraged me to make it a regular routine to post quick and easy simplicity tips & ideas every Thursday. Enjoy this week’s tips: Declutter what is not precious, so you […]

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Living With Less With Joshua Becker

  “Own Less. Live More.” – Joshua Becker His 4-year old son, his garage, and his neighbor formed a huge transformational point in his life. Joshua Becker from Becoming Minimalist started a simple minimalist lifestyle after a strange and unexpected incident. Since then, he has been inspiring hundreds of thousands of people from all over […]

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Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week: Comfort, Expenses, Liberation

I’m thinking of starting a weekly post featuring Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week. In this type of post, I’m going to share with you quick and easy tips & ideas to help you simplify and enjoy more with less, without being too harsh on your lifestyle. If you like today’s post, I will make […]

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Help Me Evaluate This Transcription Service

I receive so many requests for the transcripts of the Midway Simplicity Show. As you may already know, I’m currently working on an ebook that compiles the transcripts of all the current episodes. I’ve been looking for a good transcription service and I picked up Casting Words. They have a testimonial from the Wall Street […]

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How Can You Save Money by Buying The Expensive?!

In Trent Hamm’s book 365 Ways to Live Cheap, he talks about a very interesting concept that I would like to share with you in this post. The concept is called ‘cost per use’. Here’s how Trent explains it: “How much do I have to pay for each use I’m going to get out of […]

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On Becoming a Minimalist Mom

“She is a mom fighting for less.” Megyn Scott-Hintz is pursuing simple living using a dangerous combination! She is an analytical planner to the max with an overwhelmingly wild imagination. This is not only dangerous, it is very strange. Moreover, she is doing a very interesting thing on her blog Minimalist Mommi. She calls it […]

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23 Lessons from The 100 Thing Challenge

In the previous post, I made a confession that I now believe that the 100 Thing Challenge is a mainstream approach to simple living. I shared with you the reasons why I believe so and also included the interview I did with Dave Bruno who initiated this movement against the American-style consumerism. In this post, […]

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