Posts Tagged ‘quality over quantity’

It’s Time to Feel Beautiful Again

moving on

An elaborate justification for future shopping trips.

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A Little More Conversation, A Little Less Action

In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, we came face to face with our society’s obsession with entertainment. It wasn’t Hollywood stars or pop icons hounding our dollars, but entertainment of the “tourist attraction” variety. Everywhere we turned we were promised family fun by the tons. I had been given a media pass by the CVB, a […]

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How To Stop Doing Things You Don’t Enjoy – Part 1

I wrote a post in January about choosing quality over quantity in three areas of your life: your relationships, your stuff, and your time. In that post, I said: Choosing quality over quantity does not mean getting a lot done. What it does mean is spending as much of your time as possible doing what […]

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On Getting Rid Of My Shoes

“Are you sure you want to do this?” “No.” “It’s still early.  You can wait.” “No, it’s better this way.  It won’t be any easier in four months.” Jared gave me an encouraging pat on the back and I began to push the shoe-laden cardboard box across the house, where it would rest beside the […]

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How Quality Over Quantity Can Make You Happier

I am not a minimalist. I run a shopping blog, I can’t seem to stop buying shoes, and I have two dining room tables and two china cabinets in my home. Granted, I’m working on getting rid of dang near everything I own, but that’s mainly because I want to be able to travel full […]

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