Vote for Your Favorite Simplicity Blog in 2013

The voting phase begins! Thanks to all who nominated their favorite simplicity blogs of the year 2013. Here’s the list of nominees (without any specific order): 1. Becoming Minimalist by Joshua Becker 2. Zen Habits by Leo Babauta 3. Fly Lady by Marla Cilley 4. Solutions for Simple Living by A. Kingsley Bishop 5. Smart Living 365 […]

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Nominate Your Favorite Simplicity Blog of The Year 2013

It’s time again for the simplicity blog of the year contest. The winner last year was 365 Less Things blog by Colleen Madsen Let’s see who will be the winner this year! The nomination period starts today and ends on Monday, December 16. Leave a comment below with your favorite blog(s) name and link. I’m […]

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You Don’t Have To Declutter To Own Fewer Things!

If you’re not comfortable with the idea of letting go of your excess stuff and having to declutter everything you don’t need or use, then I’ve a smart alternative for you. It is based on the principle of perception. The principle says, “What is more important than reality is the perception of reality.” Some people […]

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If You Don’t Know The Right Simplicity Definition Now, You’ll Complicate Your Life Later

What is simplicity? I receive regular emails from my readers who are struggling to pursue simplicity. They feel obligated to declutter stuff that they don’t want to get rid of. They feel forced to do certain things that they are not comfortable doing in order to live simpler. So instead of pursuing simplicity to make […]

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The 5 Laws of Zero Waste Living

In this new episode of the Midway Decluttering Show, you’re going to explore the Zero Waste lifestyle! Back in 2006, Bea Johnson, bestselling author of Zero Waste Home, started to embrace a zero waste lifestyle and discovered its incredible health, financial and time saving benefits! Watch now to discover her interesting story and learn the […]

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10 Places to Find Unexpected Pleasure

“Simplicity is about the unexpected pleasure derived from what is likely to be insignificant and would otherwise go unnoticed.” – John Maeda The core of simple living is removing anything that stands between you and enjoyment. Ideally, all the clutter should be eliminated to leave you only with what matters most. We often tend to […]

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Simplify Your Life by Relearning to Share Like A Child

This is a guest post by Cheryl Magyar. You’re going to discover how to simplify your life by sharing more … like a child! As children we are taught that sharing is caring. By and large most youngsters are good at partaking in the exchange of bites of cookies and candy, playing with toys and reading […]

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Work Less, Achieve More: The Battery-Life Work Day Experiment

If you spend a lot of time online for work-related reasons, then you know that online time can eat up your entire day. You can waste a lot of time doing social networking, emails, reading blogs & news, and other stuff, and forget about the important tasks you need to finish in your work day. […]

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Awesome Minimalism Infographic!

First of all, I would like to thank everyone who voted for the best logo. I hope you like the new look and feel of Midway Simplicity. Last week, Aaliyah, one of my readers shared with me an awesome infographic about minimalism and living with less. I couldn’t resist sharing it with you today. The core […]

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