This is why I love my bike.
The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.
— Hans Hofmann (via thelittlephilosopher)
You meet thousands of people, and none of them really touch you. And then you meet one person, and your life is changed forever.
— Love and Other Drugs (via fide-et-amore)
I noticed that during this time I’ve become extremely impatient when it comes to waiting people because they decide to do things “slower” or “longer” way. If I can do something in 10 minutes and someone else takes 30 minutes, I get irritated and I can’t stop thinking about what could have been done in those 20 leftover minutes.
And what I always seem to forget is… Minimalism also takes patience. A lot of it. Just because I’m taking the mini/easier way, doesn’t mean I have to treat time like a precious value. Minimalism is choice I’ve made, not other people around me. And it also wouldn’t hurt if I take things slow every once in a while.
Also I apologize for mistreating this blog like a leftover (there’s this word again) because it’s not. I’m greatful for all the links and thoughts you guys are willing to share with me. And thank you for being patient with me - I’ve apparently yet to learn it.
my old apartment had curvy arches and rounded ceilings.. i miss it..
That looks freaking cool!