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8. Do you have a unified way of approaching your life, work, relationships, finances, chores, etc.? please explain.
Minimalism. Freedom. Non-attachment. Basically, I try to keep things as simple and efficient as I can. No debt if I can help it. Less material things, the highest quality I can afford. The more stuff you have, the more time and money you have to spend on maintenance. I want to be as free as possible. I try not to accumulate unnecessary things, people, and situations.
Plan, plan, plan and plan some more. Have to-do lists for everything and keep your schedule tight and filled up.
Live life, be kind, dont betray yourself or your friends, dont spend 50 dollars on a t-shirt when you can get the same shirt for 20..I dont care whos name is on the label
I try to be organized, not have excessive consumption, get stuff secondhand, save over spend, etc.
It's more of a "let's see where this takes us" approach, so it all depends on how I'm feeling... perhaps a chaotic approach?
No - I wish!
i get other people to do chores for me and bring me places and assist me with my work at home.
Lately I try alot to be myself, I try to rebel in whatever I can, to express thoughts and feelings about everything(or nothing at all :) But overall I'm very comfort-driven, I like casual elegance.
if I feel good, I can make others feel good
Yes!!! I do what I want and like, and do not care anyobodies opinion on that.
Organized would be my buzz word.
live within your means
go for quality over quantity
Balance and harmony. Take responsibility.
Conservative in most ways
get a job i don't think about when i'm at home. don't own too many things. try to create something sometimes. simplify.
carefully-selected aesthetics and environment can at least help me feel my depression means something.
I feel like I'm a maximalist minimalist, with lots of contradictions! One the one hand I love the minimalist life/aesthetic, but on the other a cluttered cozy english study/library feel, reflecting years of collecting interesting stuff. That applies to all facets of my life. I'm constantly on a search to simplify, but now have embraced the messier more 'interesting' part of me, and just go with it. It's ok to have a mix of both in your life, and make it your own, instead of fitting into a box.
Some of these areas are unified by relying on intuition but no, I don't have a structured approach overall.
I try to approach everything with joy, even though I am not consistent in the way I tackle any given task.
I try to be as positive, especially around the kids.
I value communication and appreciate an equal split of responsibility when warranted.
Yes, in the sense that I always listen to myself and what feels right. Cheesy but it has worked so far. I don't try to be someone I am not but still force myself to engage more with things I care about
I'm really good in relationships rather with a boy or girl
Nope, I wish
Well. My 31st year has brought a lot of challenging lessons, and I've learned the value of slowing down and being more careful. I'm learning to stop burning the candle at both ends when it comes to relationships, work, and finances.
Generally I like simplicity. Think it through at the beginning and then maintaining it won't be too taxing. I don't always stick to this though.
I try to have a sustainable Lifestyle, especially when it comes to consumption. I think I select very carefully both Things and relationships. I want These Things to last.
let's be honest, it's a mess.
Everyone has a unified way of approaching such things differently, it is difficult to explain as some just come naturally.