How to master simple living in 2014

Okay, the Christmas frenzy is over and it’s time for resolutions. What’s it going to be in 2014? For the coming year I’m going to borrow a mantra from the 19th century naturalist Henry David Thoreau, who preached the pleasures and virtues of ‘simplicity, simplicity, simplicity’.

And for a bit more inspiration, I’ve written an article on what we can learn today from the great simple livers from history (including Thoreau). Check it out over at YES! Magazine.

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  1. Posted 1 January 2014 at 11.53am | Permalink

    Well done Roman. It gives us a perspective that this era, although full with gadgets and useless toys is no different than the past. “Keep it simple” needs a complex work.

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