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How Minimalism Can Make You More Productive #video - "One of the biggest benefits I’ve received from living a life with less, has been that I’ve been able to create more. In this video I break down five ways that I've applied minimalism to my work life."
How to Prevent the Internet From Taking Over Your Life: Digital Minimalism 06 #video - "It's way too easy now to let the internet be a part of every aspect of our lives. This was starting to have a really negative effect on me, so I decided to do something about it."
I tried "Swedish Death Cleaning" (and it worked!) #video - "Hey, guys! In today's video I took a big step and helped Charlie tackle his closet. I cleaned and organized the space (not something high on his priority list), and I uncovered lots of things that I just failed to deal with for years. I've been reading a lot about Swedish Death Cleaning and many of the goals really resonated with me, and I hope they help you think about decluttering in a new way. Enjoy!"
Cal Newport #blog - "I'm a computer science professor who writes about the intersection of technology and society. I’m particularly interested in the impact of new technologies on our ability to perform productive work and lead satisfying lives. If you’re new to my writing, a good place to start is the about page. You can access over a decade's worth of posts in the blog archive."
LifeEdited - "LifeEdited shows that you can live large in a small home or apartment. By applying smart concepts and technology, you can have a compelling, fulfilling life that allows you to live within your means financially and environmentally. We are a specialty consultant to homeowners, architects, and developers, helping them design compact apartments and homes that are financially smart. Residents get the lifestyle and functionality of a larger apartment/home but at a lower cost. All in a package that is greener and more social than most market offerings. You may have seen some of our work in the New York Times, Dwell, Fast Company, New Yorker, Fair Companies."