Simplicity

Reduce the noise, focus on the essentials, and keep it simple.

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Digital Minimalism.

"The cost of social media is not so much what you are doing, but what it ...
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Simplicity: Digital Art Download

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Always invert.

Carl Gustav Jacobi was a German mathematician in the early 1800s, famous for his study of ...
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What do you need?

In this bold art for May’s theme of Simplicity, artist Iancu Barbărasă challenges us to reflect ...
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Making space for growth.

I was sitting on my balcony one recent morning, enjoying a cup of tea, when I ...
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Q&A with Iancu Barbărasă

This month’s art is by Romanian illustrator, Iancu Barbărasă. Now based full-time in London, Iancu creates art ...
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How much more do you need?

With this month’s theme of Simplicity, we are focused on determining what’s essential — and eliminating ...
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Dude, you don’t even need a wetsuit.

I’ve wanted to try surfing ever since moving to Ventura, California. Last summer, I decided it ...
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Essentialism

“If I didn’t have this opportunity, what would I be willing to do to acquire it?” ...
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Simplicity: Digital Guide

We’ve gathered our favorite research, quotes, writing, and reflection questions for our Simplicity Guide.

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Reduce the noise, focus on the essentials, and keep it simple.

“Reduce the noise, focus on the essentials, and keep it simple.” You may recognize this as ...
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The noble art of leaving things undone.

“Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things ...
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5 Things We Learned About Simplicity This Month

A reflection on what we learned this month about understanding and prioritizing what is most important ...
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Your three most meaningful possessions.

It's incredible how easy it has become to consume. Clothes, food, cars, toys, electronics — they’re ...
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Time isn’t the enemy.

Leo Babauta, creator of Zen Habits, calls the Time Scarcity Demon. Babauta writes: “The problem isn’t ...