Lifestyle

From minimalism to meditation, there are many ways to simplify our thoughts. Intentional thinking leads to good habits. Good habits lead to kinder words. Kinder words lead to better choices and more considerate actions. No matter which approach or philosophy speaks to you best, the end goal is a happy and well-curated lifestyle which allows all of us the time and space to enjoy the little things!

 

Low-Choice

TDW POSTS:
Embracing Low-Choice

HELPFUL ARTICLES:
How to Beat Decision Fatigue: The Ultimate Guide by Asian Efficiency’s guest writer Stephen Roe
8 Ways to Combat Decision Fatigue by Lori Rochino for The Huffington Post

RELATED BLOGS & WEBSITES:
James Clear: Decision Making — How to Make Smart Decisions and Avoid Bad Ones

YOUTUBE VIDEOS:
ABCScienceOnline: Too Much Choice? (9:04)
The Awesome Life: The Paradox of Choice Explained — Why You’re Unhappy With Your Decisions (5:00)
Next Best Time: Are You Suffering from Decision Fatigue? (6:24)
SmithBusinessSchool: Fighting Decision Fatigue (3:16)
Today NBC News: Decision Fatigue (4:35)

Less is More

TDW POSTS:
Minimalism

PROFILES:
The Minimalists

HELPFUL ARTICLES:
7 Tiny Steps for the Beginner Minimalist by Courtney Carver
Our 21-Day Journey into Minimalism by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus
30 Must-Read Articles If You’re Transitioning to Become a Minimalist by Michael Ofei

RELATED BLOGS & WEBSITES:
How I Became a Minimalist by Jennifer of Simply+Fiercly
Start Here by Joshua Becker

YOUTUBE VIDEOS:
Rachel Aust: How You Can Become a Minimalist (9:33)
Sarah Nourse: How to Become a Minimalist — 5 Tips (10:34)
NonStopParis: Why Minimalism? The Benefits of Being a Minimalist (10:52)
Fumio Sasaki: Being a Minimalist (4:48 — English subtitles)
Jenny Mustard: How to Become a Minimalist — 5 Things You Should Know (5:12)
Joshua Becker: Clutter-Free — Full Frame Interview (16:04)
The Minimalists: A Recipe for a Simpler Life — Full Frame Interview (13:20)
Pick Up Limes: Benefits of Minimalism + Common Minimalism Mistake (5:51)