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Capsule Wardrobe, Minimalism, Slow Life, Travel

Simple Year 2018 – Get Minimalist Experts’ Guidance for the Whole Year! Simplify Your Life in 2018

Today I want to introduce to you a great project, A Simple Year 2018. Below are the most important information and my reasons why it’s totally worth its price: less than $21/month. Registration is still open and you have a lifetime access to all materials. This super helpful and eye-opening course is initiated by one of my favorite people from all the authors writing about…

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Minimalism, Travel

Lessons on Minimalism. From Travel

I’m writing this from a tiny, wooden house in the woods where we spend our family holidays. Yes, it’s not July or August. To enjoy my time with family and to enjoy trips, I need to avoid crowds, so we often travel outside the season, in spring or autumn. Oh, and generally in life, it’s worth to do the opposite…

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mini art, Travel

Family Holidays on Vistula Spit – Week One

Greeting from our holidays by the sea! I’m happy to write this article from a tiny, wooden house we rent in woods, three miles from any other homes, towns, restaurants or shops. We’re now minimalists on vacations. You can already have an idea of I how I pack our belongings for travel from this article: How to Pack Like a Minimalist: Take Everything! Soon,…

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mini art, Travel

mini art: Sun Catching and More Trips: Warsaw Zoo and Vistula River Nature Reserve

Our life looks now so much different than a few weeks before that it is like completely another life or at least another chapter. And the reason is sun and warmth! Sun and higher temperature change so much in our moods, attitudes, and bodies. We were going out in winter but let’s stop pretending: when it’s cold it’s unpleasant. Snow…

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Capsule Wardrobe, mini art, Motherhood, Slow Life, Travel

mini art: Walks in Nature aka Forest Bathing with Kids

This series of mini arts was meant to catch and save my thoughts from the week that is ending. But last week things happened that kept me busy with what’s going on outside the home or inside our bodies, so no thoughts this time 😉 Just a report from my week, including photos from our walks in nature and my…

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Body, Travel

The Best Peeling in the World – Article Sponsored by Nature

How are your feet hidden for the whole day in shoes, house slippers and socks? In Europe, we have even a law that bans walking barefoot in cities and towns. Yes, you can get a fine for it! And it happens in the era when scientists realized that the contact of our barefoot feet with the ground is healing. For…

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Body, Minimalism, Travel

How to Pack Like a Minimalist: Take Everything!

Minimalism is a tool that reduces or even eliminates stress in many spheres of life. One of the areas easy to simplify is minimalist packing for travels. In this article, you’ll find some tips on how to pack like a minimalist. I will write you how I packed for holidays this year, what I forgot, and what were the results….

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Finances, Travel

Freedom Seekers: Looking for the Perfect Lifestyle

Doesn’t everyone pursue happiness and best possible for him life? Isn’t freedom a big and beautiful value and right of everyone? I’m a big fan of freedom. I’m simplifying my life and changing my worldview and habits to get as much freedom as I can. LISTEN to the article For a few years I’ve been observing. I’ve been reading about…

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Minimalism, Travel

Explorers’ Museum of Tony Halik in Toruń. Travels and Minimalism

Do you sometimes dream about the life of traveler? I definitely answer yes and definitely not only sometimes. For years, travelers’ books were close to me, because of my interest in anthropology and religion. I was looking for what it means to be human. What is common to all of us, and what is the cultural structure, maybe completely unnecessary….

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