A few years ago, a friend introduced me to the concept of a capsule wardrobe. The theory behind a capsule wardrobe can vary depending on who…
Every year at Christmas, my mother asks me what I want for a present, and each time I try to think of gifts that won’t weigh…
If you want to reduce your material possessions but don’t want to stop collecting memories, here are 5 genius ways to collect souvenirs like a minimalist!
For those of you who may be planning a move abroad, here are 7 tips that might assist your efforts to squeeze your entire life into a backpack.
Whether you are taking off for travels, moving house, or just want to reduce the copious amounts of stuff you have – here’s why I think you should try selling everything you own at least once in your life.
The question I get asked most often is how do I get to travel so much? How do I go about pissing off overseas multiple times a year, travelling for longer than most people get on annual leave, even when I’m earning a reasonably low salary?
Looking back on our first year without car ownership, it has been surprisingly easy. Let me tell you the story of why we decided against owning a car, and how it’s helped us travel.
On my most recent trip to Bali, Robert and I took a carry on bag that fit clothing, toiletries, and appliances for two people. Yes, TWO! The majority of the time, packing lightly in a carry on bag is a way better than check-in luggage. Here’s why.