Honoring Those Who Serve: Veterans Day and Discounts

In observance of honoring all those who have served and are serving in the United States military, there are many celebrations. One thing that is also done to honor these servicemen and women is offering sales and discounts to those who have served. This Veterans Day, there are many discounts. Here are some of the […]

Revolving Contraversey

This company, founded in 2003 by Mike Karanikolas and Michael Mente, has been reportedly on track to make over one billion dollars in sales this year. Revolve is known for its daring, trendy clothing, and according to the Wall Street Journal, may be preparing for an initial public offering later this year. The company’s founders […]

How I Planned My Fall Capsule Wardrobe – Part I

For the first time since becoming a minimalist, I have actually had to buy clothing to supplement my wardrobe. I knew it was bad when my mom casually mentioned that I pretty much only had black and grey shirts left in my cold weather clothing. Getting to plan a new capsule is fun and exciting, […]

Venom and the Entertainment Factor

Critics have been quick this past week to criticize the new Sony film Venom. Reviewers have been gleeful about attacking the film with a sarcastic vigor that has made for some admittedly highly entertaining blurbs. One reviewer Rodriguez Perez from The Playlist wrote ““How Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, and Riz Ahmed read this piss-poor script […]

Rules of KonMari

“Only keep what brings you joy.” That’s the basis of the KonMari method, a popular school of thought in minimalism. Inspired by Marie Kondo, the Japanese author of the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up ,  which explains her methods for cleaning up her space and the magic of choosing items to buy and to keep […]