Category: Minimalism

Automating Your Way to Financial Independence

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? There’s a reason why this show has been airing consistently for almost 20 years now. Most people would, if given a chance.  But for most people, it’s a “dream” […]

New Year’s Reflection: Slow Down

Living in the chaos that is New York City, breathing the cold, dry winter air, and tumbling around on the subway in rush hour with millions of others, it is often jarring to come to […]

My Summer Reflections: Decluttering, #100DaysOfCode, Arthritis, and Chemo

Time just keeps on flying by! September is almost over, and I haven’t done any Monthly Reflections since my first one in June!  So here’s one for July, August, and September… Basically Summer 2017! July […]

Living on $10.32/Day in NYC #1PaycheckChallenge

I did it guys. 31 Days. 1 Paycheck. $10.32/Day. In New York City. Wow, my first 1 Paycheck Challenge was pretty stressful! I lived on a budget of $10.32/Day, strictly on cash so I can […]

Minimalism Journey: Decluttering

July was the month when I finally kick-started the “Minimalism Journey” I had been intending for months.  Over the past few months, I have started to accumulate a list of “Decluttering To-Do’s,” but as with […]

1 Paycheck Challenge to Save Money

For the month of August, I am going to try out the 1 Paycheck Challenge to save money. Basically, it’s what it sounds like.  Since I get paid twice a month, I am going to attempt […]