Minimalism can be quite difficult to apply to all aspects of life. I found it rather taxing to declutter university things and continue to find troublesome the maintenance of a minimalist university lifestyle. Here are some tips from my experiments so far!
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My hair is at that awkward grow-out phase and I’ve been attempting to keep it healthy this time around. Here’s a small make up post of the new routine I’ve adopted during my hiatus!
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Nevermind that I was forcibly dragged to Wok Paper Scissors, when I saw the restaurant and the little take away prep area below it, I was actually impressed. However, after ordering from the to-go stall, my expectations were shot down.
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Minimalism is comprehensive decluttering – this includes your digital life. Here are a few tips on decluttering your laptop and your phone!
Continue reading Digital Cleanse | MINIMALISM
There’s an easy way I keep track of my progress – whether it be with Japanese or with Minimalism. I journal, and quite frequently so. Here are a few rewards I’ve reaped from this habit.
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I’d been to Sakae before to celebrate the ending of my Japanese course and had fallen in love with the yakisoba. I’d told myself that I would go back – and I did, quite a few times actually!
Continue reading Sakae Cont. | LIFESTYLE