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Jessica Dang
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In Praise of Quiet Moments

What did you do on an typical Tuesday afternoon? Or a quiet Thursday evening? Or a routine Sunday morning?

It may seem unimportant, but what if the ordinary in-between moments are just as powerful as the extraordinary ones?

http://bit.ly/MMOqut
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"Let us focus, not to get more things done, but to do things better. Life is too short to be mediocre."

On Productivity II — The Power of Focus
via Minimalist Meditations

http://bit.ly/msbprd2
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"How unfortunate would it be if we didn’t have the time to take our time"

On Productivity — the difference between efficiency and effectiveness via Minimalist Meditations

http://bit.ly/MMOprd
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"Dear Grandma, you didn’t have much, but what you did have and all that mattered were things that money couldn’t buy."

—A letter to my grandmother who passed away this month via Minimalist Meditations

http://bit.ly/MMOdrg
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"Those times sowed the seeds for the minimalist lifestyle I developed soon after."

On Maturity — What would I tell myself if I could go back 10 years?

http://bit.ly/MMOmty
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"Hardly anyone would actually choose to have their life’s purpose revolve around buying things, but so many people do exactly that..."

On Vanity — how valuable things can actually be worthless

http://bit.ly/msbovnt
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Having lived a minimalist lifestyle for nearly ten years, I don’t have a lot of things left to get rid of that I don’t use or need.

But there is one big thing that I can do with much less of this year...

The most important thing to minimalise in 2018 — Minimal Student

http://bit.ly/msbtm18
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"99% of life happens in the quieter, unmemorable moments, so why not make the most of it?"

On Sundays — Minimalist Meditations

http://bit.ly/MMOsnd
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"Think of each dollar or pound as a little worker bee—you can let it stay in the bank and do nothing, or you can send it off to go recruiting for more dollars."

A Minimalist Guide to Money and Investing — Part III

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