To buy or not to buy: Cleaning Brushes

Keeping things clean and maintained have been so much easier after I started my minimalist journey. Less stuff to clean hooray! But... How do you clean your makeup brushes? Recently I bought a cleaning solution from Daiso when I find out that we have to wash makeup brushes for hygienic purpose as well as maintaining … Continue reading To buy or not to buy: Cleaning Brushes

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Nailed it! Decluttering my nail polish collection

Hey hey hey...it has been a long time since I last declutter my stuff so last week I did one! I am a fan of nail polish since I was like 14 maybe? That's the advantage of having an elder sister to introduce you to the big girl's toys (put that lipstick on me please). … Continue reading Nailed it! Decluttering my nail polish collection

Ditch the Ads!

Fighting consumerism is at the heart of every minimalist's mission.   Consumerism rises after the invention of mass production, and that makes even the poor can buy, which was only a privilege for the rich then.   Advertisement is a tool in selling products. It's an advocator of consumerism. Advertisement is where consumerism thrives.   … Continue reading Ditch the Ads!

5 Reasons Why owning a 16GB phone changed my life

Lil Bro: Can I check out your phone? Me: Ya, sure. Lil Bro: Why your phone has no games? Me: Coz’ I don’t play games on my hp. Lil Bro: Let me download this game and play. Me: What! No ….. Okay, delete it when you’re done playing with it. Coz’ it’s only a 16GB … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why owning a 16GB phone changed my life

Minimalism: Is it about deprivation?

"Minimalism is about intentionality, not deprivation." -minimalism life- When I first restricted myself from buying new clothes, I felt sad, I felt deprived of something I enjoyed so so much. I have been programmed for a long time that this stuff brings me happiness, but deep down I knew it can only last a while. … Continue reading Minimalism: Is it about deprivation?

Recycling is not eco-sustainable, Minimalism is.

Looking at my dustbin. “When was the last time I empty my dustbin? Hmm…sometime ago.” “Hey ya…coz’ I don’t buy so much stuff anymore.”   I was taught to recycle from school. And I was into recycling during my high school years. I considered myself a tree-hugger. I want to save the environment by recycling … Continue reading Recycling is not eco-sustainable, Minimalism is.