So refreshing to read this. Would it be possible to see a movement towards a minimalistic web? So, with an internet connection faster than I could have thought possible in the late 1990s, what’s the score now? A story at the Hill took over nine seconds to load; at Politico, seventeen seconds; at CNN, over thirty seconds. This is the bullshit web.
Seen this Buyerarchy of Needs from Sarah Lazarovic. Had to share it as I quite like it. I read her book too. A nice quick read. The style is nice too, as a source of inspiration. Also a reminder of my minimalism efforts. I don’t own or buy many clothes, which I’m proud of. But
I thought I’d share the status of my daughters room and some of the thinking behind it. It’s nothing special, I didn’t get extra or special lighting in to make the photos ‘Pinterest’ perfect. It is what it is and it works for us atm 🙂 We moved our 3 year old daughter into her
Three months ago our 4th child entered the world. Our life has changed a lot since our 3rd child, 4 years ago. We weren’t unschooling then. Nor were we living independent lives. We hadn’t started thinking about minimalism at that point either. Our (slow) journey towards minimalism has probably been going on for around 2
As unschoolers we are making a lifestyle choice. Unschooling is the process of deschooling ourselves; as parents and children. School indoctrinates us to respond to schedules and agendas defined by others. Great for factories (or the needs of industry), not so great for creative thinking. Seth Godin does a great job of explaining the current state