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Do I Regret Selling All My Stuff?

I got asked if I regret selling ALL my stuff the other day, or maybe it was the other week — I have no concept of time anymore. Anyway, it was a valid question. I sold all my stuff a few years ago, and now I need some of that […]

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The PROS and CONS of Thrift Shopping

If I had a nickel for every time I’ve sold all my stuff I’d have — well — 15 cents. During our two summers in Vancouver we either house sat or rented furnished condos/apartments. It cost us a little more to rent furnished, but you save on having to buy […]

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4 Perfect Gifts for a Minimalist

As we wound down our time in Vancouver we crammed a lot of activities in – mostly beach days. On our last beach day my friend and host of epic proportions said; “I wanted to get you guys something great, then I thought of how light you travel so then […]

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Blow Life Up: 4 Steps to a New You (and less regrets)

It’s been a while since my last blog, three weeks to be more exact, when I wrote about our lesson in excess on an Alaskan cruise. And in that time we decided to blow life up…again. Actually, we had decided to blow life up earlier that spring. BC is one […]

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A Minimalists Nightmare Aboard an Alaskan Cruise

Ever since my wife, Shelly, was fifteen, she wanted to go on an Alaskan cruise. This past week we made that dream a reality, rather, that dream turned into a minimalists nightmare with all the “excess”. It’s the best word I can use to describe our first cruise experience. Living […]

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Sometimes you need to enjoy other people’s life experiences

It wasn’t life-changing. It wasn’t inspirational. I won’t even do it again because a second time can’t possibly be as good as the first. So what was “it”? Well, “it” was something I did to help someone else have an amazing experience, only a funny thing happened — I had […]

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Life is an Experience – So Make it a Memorable Experience!

This past week we had the opportunity to speak at the AGM of Credit Counselling Canada. We talked about debt, how we overcame it, and how we now live a life with less and promote spending money on experiences instead of stuff. And what do you think we did immediately […]

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The Only Way to Declutter Your Closet!

It’s that time of year – you go to work with a spring jacket and pants on, then come hometime, you’ve cut those pants into shorts using the company guillotine – pockets exposed of course – and your jacket is tied around your waist as you do your best version of […]

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U2 Can Make Memories from a Negative Experience

Twenty years ago Shelly and I went to our first concert together – U2 at the SkyDome in Toronto. And last week the iconic band, U2, kicked off their Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary tour here in Vancouver. We anti’d up some serious coin to get seats – like $350 of coin […]