How a Bargain Hunting Shopaholic Adopted Minimalism

Growing up with an Asian Mother, I was always taught to find a good bargain. We would shop at our local discount stores like TJMaxx or Marshalls for good deals on designer goods. My Mom and I would also use coupons that came in the mail from Macy’s or Lord and Taylor. From a pair of shoes 50% off at Target to a $1,000 Marc Jacob purse on...

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There is No One Right Way to Live

Sink back into the world view of a child. Through a child’s eyes, everyone lives exactly the way they do. If they grew up poor and hungry, they assume that everyone grows up in a hard life. If they grew up in a divorced household, they assume that all of the other children of the world have divorced parents. Maybe they grew up like me and...

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Why Do People Hate Millennials? and Our Defense

Millennials, watch yourself. They hate us out there. To older generations, we are Kanye. Not the old school Kanye that put out boundary pushing music. No, we are the loud mouthed Kanye, that only Kanye loves. Yeah, we need to improve our PR because we’re not looking so great to the rest of the world. Pulling from what I learned in my high school...

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