Decluttering: Komono (Part 1)

What Marie Kondo addressed in her book as "komono" (in Japanese: miscellaneous) is the source of most clutter in our homes. It is the small, uncategorized objects that hang around without much consideration. For me, there are two areas that needed work: paper and plastic bags. i. Paper clutter. I work as a lecturer, so during … Continue reading Decluttering: Komono (Part 1)

A new Purchase which made me so happy

Recently I am working on my handwriting and trying to learn calligraphy, and for a person who likes writing, it is quite enjoyable. I am keeping a very loose journal which is inspired by the bullet journal concept, but in a reality it is far from that, it is like a Virginia Woolf novel where … Continue reading A new Purchase which made me so happy

Minimalizm ve Bağımlılığın Birbiriyle Ne Alakası Var?

Daha düzenli ve basit bir hayat yaşamaya karar verdiğinizde, buna evden başlamak çok doğal, hele de ortalama bir insanın hayatının çoğunu evde geçirdiğini düşünürsek. Ve temizlik ve düzen hakkında artık o kadar kafa yormuyorsanız, beklenenden fazla boş vakte sahip olabilirsiniz. Hatta çoğu minimalist bu boş zaman ve getirdiği özgürlük hakkında endişeli. Dikkat etmemiz gereken, bu … Continue reading Minimalizm ve Bağımlılığın Birbiriyle Ne Alakası Var?

What does Minimalism have to do with addiction?

When you start on a journey towards a more organized life, it is okay to start from your home, where an average person spends the most of their lives (if you're like me, though, it is well above average). And once you stop being crazy about cleaning and organizing, you can have lots of free … Continue reading What does Minimalism have to do with addiction?