Just do it

Procrastination. [proh-kras-tuh-ney-shuh n]. Noun. The action of delaying or postponing something. Mostly applied when trying something new.  Always fueled by fear. 

Debt free is key

Without actively learning about personal finance, you won't achieve anything financially other than what the norm is. Again, the norm is a nightmare. It is bankruptcy  in the worst case scenario and living paycheck to paycheck without fulfilling your dreams in best case scenario. That doesn't sound appealing, does it?

Introducing mustachianism

Optimizing the resources you already have available to you, i.e. your body, your income, your time, taxes, while also ignoring all the fluff of a convenience oriented consumer culture.

Moët & Chandon

When I looked into the cupboard at my mom's house to find some chocolate, I found a bottle of Moët & Chandon champagne. That bottle is standing there for years waiting to be opened.

Is your timing off?

Everyone closer to me than a stranger knows I'm not a morning person. Like. At. All. I know this so well because society forced me to ignore that clock too often in the past. And I hated every bit of it.

Values and respect

So, last year a group of colleagues and I had some drinks which we do on a regular basis. I planned it and called it not my birthday celebration drinks. No. presents. for. Laura.

Introducing minimalism

Explaining minimalism is like explaining an orgasm. It's impossible to explain to someone what an orgasm is and how it feels like. But when you have one, you know!

Buy nothing

I did a No Buy Month back in January and now the question is: What did it bring? Some pros are pretty obvious, some were unexpected. Same goes with the cons.

Pleasure Island

Consumer oriented companies profit from this now trendy lifestyle in order to sell new stuff. They translate a lifestyle in a way so that it becomes everything it's not.

Someone there?

The amount of blogposts written around the world are overwhelming. Chances are pretty low that someone else than me will read this. If you read this. Hello there! Still, chances are pretty low that you keep reading or that you will come back to read another. But who cares?

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