I wanted to tell you about a new project I’ve been working on. I’ve started a new blog designed for young people (Millennials) living a lifestyle a lot like mine: limited hours doing paid work combined with intentional simplicity, frugality and minimalism, with a net result of excess free time that can be used to pursue passions, projects, relationships, health, volunteer work, and long term international travel.
I’m calling it “Millenimalism.”
Here’s a brief excerpt from last week’s post:
“What could you accomplish if you could work at it like it was a job, but you didn’t need to get paid for it? What grand scheme have you previously dreamed of doing but put off because you didn’t have the time or energy? Do you want to swim the Strait of Gibraltar or dance flamenco in Spain or learn to speak German or create stained glass windows? Do you fantasize about singing opera or making crisp websites or baking really excellent cakes? Do you want to combat racism, or turn an abandoned lot into a community garden, or rehabilitate injured animals? Does your heart sing when you see pictures of Iceland or paintings by Cezanne?”
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