In Digital Minimalism, Cal Newport argues that we should radically reduce the amount we use our digital devices. By cutting back on our smartphones, tablets and laptops, we’ll reconnect with friends, pursue more fulfilling hobbies,… Read More »Digital Minimalism – what does the evidence say?
We all want to be happy. And new research into the science of happiness is helping us find ways of deliberately getting happier over time. Delve into these articles for ways to consistently improve your happiness.
The internet seems to be obsessed with minimalist travel, or ‘travelling light’. But travelling heavy can save you time and money, and make your trip more enjoyable. When I was 23, I did three months… Read More »Travelling heavy is better than travelling light
There are tonnes of great resources on the internet to help you improve your life. Most are completely free. It’s one of the best things about living in the 21st century. This article is a… Read More »The 12 best places on the internet to improve your life
One of the most under-appreciated things you can do to increase your happiness is to spend money on other people. This idea is largely based on a landmark 2008 study by Dunn et al that… Read More »How to buy happiness? Spend money on other people
I read a lot of self-improvement books. And while I usually enjoy reading them, the main point is to improve your life in some way. The best self-improvement books make you behave differently, or at… Read More »The 5 books that have most improved my life