Have you heard of "Decision Fatigue"? Do you know how Minimalism can help reduce decision fatigue? We like collecting objects. As a basic instinct like the "Scrat squirrel from Ice Age movie" hoarding becomes our second nature. We fail to realize the negative effects this has on our well-being in a subtle yet impactful way. The least known effect is "Decision Fatigue". Most of us are unaware that we face this every now and then. So what is "Decision Fatigue"? When our mind te
Do you want to save money? Are you a hoarder? Here are 10 simple ways to save money, time, and space. Budget your grocery list. Use online apps for ordering groceries it will track your needs over a period and reduce wastage of food at the same time. It can save you big on your order as well. I use Grofers or BigBasket and save almost 20% every month on my orders. Try buying quarterly packs and transferring them to smaller containers. This will fetch saving through offers or
Are you a homemaker? Want to be a good manager? Don't know where to start? We want to showcase how a homemaker can prove to be a good manager. A homemaker is a perfect combination of work and life balance if done right. Well, most of us know what all a homemaker takes care of, right from morning breakfast to your midnight soup. From dirty clothes to well pressed and organized formals. From elders in the family to newborn infants. So what is this a superpower or art which can
Ikigai - It's a Japanese proverb for our inner spirit to live. The energy that wakes us out of bed each morning, the spirit that pushes us to survive, to achieve, and to rise above. These days I am kind of obsessed with Japanese culture. I watch their vlog videos as if I binge-watch. I like their dedication to food preparation and consumption. They have several customs and rituals which are quite authentic and I can somehow relate a few with our own. The one thing that struck
We all know and understand we have to save trees to keep our environment livable but have to admit that, the wooden artifacts, furniture, and toys have no rivals to match. They are signature and classy across all ages and generations. Lately, I have adopted a habit which I hope will pay my tiny contribution to saving our environment without having to let go of wood in my life. During our day-to-day, living we come across many wooden artifacts that have worn out and have to be
I have come across people who have been struggling to make a decent living owing to the effects of the pandemic. So what should one do? A few years back I came across this amazing concept called "Minimalism" which took the internet by storm. I was wondering where to begin, for a few days till I realized that we as a middle-class community already have the traits of being a true minimalist. Minimalism follows a few key principles : Use, what is needed. Buy, when it is needed.
We manage home, tasks, money, crisis, projects, time, and whatnot. What could be the foundation, for a well-managed activity? After giving it a thought, reading several blogs and articles, undergoing a Management course myself, and practicing well-managed life I got to a point where I feel I found the answer to this question. It has to be organizing! Let me explain why I came to this. Before we start any management activity we need a plan, to work out that plan we need the ri