Lazy Links

Lazy Links

It’s time for a new type of post that I call Lazy Links, in which I link to interesting and insightful articles that I have come across over the past few weeks (rather than providing original content of my own). Some of these are older articles, but are nevertheless still quite relevant.

You Know You’re a Non-Consumer When … from Katy Wolk-Stanley at The Non-Consumer Advocate. I identified with several items on this list.

Living With Less. A Lot Less. by Graham Hill. My favorite quote from this article: “My space is small. My life is big.”

A Brief History of Happiness: How America Lost Track of the Good Life—and Where to Find It Now by Sarah van Gelder. An extremely interesting read.

We Are Wealthy. And Why It Matters. by Joshua Becker at Becoming Minimalist.

The Non-Consumer Advocate’s 12 Favorite Frugal Tips on 12/12/12 from Katy Wolk-Stanley at The Non-Consumer Advocate

Mortgage-free, tiny home on a housekeeper’s salary. This video is 10 minutes long but completely worth it!

I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Happy reading!

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