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Category Archives: Inspiration
I am not really into the whole year-in-review or New Year’s resolution thing. But this year, I think that 2011 deserves to be reviewed, and that I need to have a clear idea of where 2012 is going to go. … Continue reading
“Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.“ — Steve Jobs It seems that we, as humans, like to complicate things. Rather than try to make things easy, it is very … Continue reading
“You can do without the necessities, but you can’t live without the luxuries.” –Hattie Sederhom, mother of famous actor Alfred Lunt My strategy for savings is simple– I like spending less on the necessities, so that I can spend more … Continue reading
I used to work in a typical office environment with all of its luxuries, like Microsoft Outlook. Using the program all of those years to organize my emails, contacts, notes, to do lists, and calendars has made me quite spoiled. … Continue reading
As I started thinking about writing this post, an acronym that I have heard others use, particularly in years past, and one that has always rather irked me, popped into my head: K.I.S.S. For those not in the know, it … Continue reading
Is it possible to be too frugal? Can your frugality cause you to experience a guilt syndrome whenever you do purchase anything? Continue reading