So what was the question again?
A non-Malayali tells us how Malayali men celebrate Onam, and why the festival is still relevant.
What does music say about our consumerist culture?
Laura Foley recounts the embarrassment of visibility and the joys of risk-taking.
The age of consumerism has been going on for quite a while. The question is, how do you raise kids to think outside of the social norm and understand being a minimalist?—This is an article by Joshua Becker“We always pay dearly for chasing after what is cheap.” ~ Aleksandr I. SolzhenitsynFour years ago, we sold, donated,…
After living in Peru for nearly a decade, Jim Killon was shocked to discover the excess lifestyle he encountered in the U.S.
Shopping for consumer friendly surgery packages shouldn’t be an exercise in futility.
It’s okay to want things. But what if you were satisfied with simply acknowledging your desire and not acting on it?
Halloween is barely over, and we’re sparring about this ongoing, fictional “War on Christmas” because of the color of Starbucks cups. Is this real life?
Patrick Paglen explains how we are ethically accountable for the spending choices we make.“That was an interesting encounter,” my friend observed as we came out of the service station. He was paying for gas for our car trip, when he ran into someone he had not seen since he was a teenager – not since…
Leo Babauta asserts that you can be a minimalist anywhere. All you need to do is reject consumerism, and learn to be content with little.
It’s time for people to question the necessity of ‘things.’
The machine of capitalism is hungry. Are you willing to stop feeding it, at least for a little bit? Doug Zeigler ponders valuing things over presence.
Leo Babauta on consumerism — and how you really don’t need it to be happy.
Leo Babauta wants to help you break away from the consumerist mindset.
The real issue with male apathy toward education is how it’s framed. It’s a language problem.