“Without great solitude no serious work is possible.”
NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series on Minimalism and Solitude. Click here to check out the first.
Once upon a time, humans searched for information. Now, information searches humans.
As a matter of fact, information searches humans thoroughly. Regardless of who you are or where you might be, it will find you and showcase you its contents. Kind of like the world’s most persistent salesperson in a way, and ― depending on how you view it ― could be a blessing or a curse.
And today, information is no longer a stream, but an ocean with (nearly) everyone immersed in it. Everywhere you go is a battleground of noise, advertisements and endless media disruptions. All these clutter our head, and unnecessarily causes us to deviate from our goals and dreams.
Decluttering is such a *insert negative noun here*
Often finding yourself saying that? Well a lot of people face this very problem and can get frustrated with it. Stress no more! Below are 3 short, sweet and simple steps to declutter and get back up on your productive saddle. Continue reading
I went to a coffee shop some other day and noticed something interesting: people of many different backgrounds are there. I saw a college student, a group of businessmen, a few families, a couple and some others who just sit and chat with their friends, and noticed that most of them are disconnected and focusing on what they were doing at the moment.
It is interesting because the modern world knows no rest, now that technology fits in to our lifestyle, and yet these people can disconnect, grab a cup of coffee and sit back, leaving technology behind.