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The Minimalist Guy is Taking A Break

I am currently working a new job which is a totally new field to me.

I’m learning a lot of new things. So most probably, I won’t be actively writing here until the end of December .

But I have becoming more minimalist as well now.

Now I sleep at night without a pillow. And, I’m living my life with only 2 pants, 2 jeans, 3 shirts, and 5 T-shirts. And 5 underwears and 5 pairs of socks.

And now that I have very little stuff, I am way much happier.

In the mean time, please visit these blogs to keep yourself occupied ;-)

Everyday Minimalist

Fabulissime

Miss Minimalist

Oh ya, Miss Minimalist has an interesting piece on “To be thingless is to possess the world” .

Don’t miss me, people :-)

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  • Thank you so much for the link :)

    Taking a break = awesome. Enjoy it! I do that sometimes, myself. I sign off digitally and chill out, no blogging, no thinking, no tweaking.

  • Thanks for the shout out, KC :)
    Have fun with your new job!

  • Ahmad Fadli (KC)

    No prob Hasina ;)

  • Ahmad Fadli (KC)

    No prob EM !

  • Ohai. Good luck with the new job! Am now exploring your blog and finding it a pleasure. :D Hello, new blogfriend!

  • Ahmad Fadli (KC)

    Hello yourself ! Glad you dropped by Erna !

  • Izad

    Hey KC,
    All the best in moving through into the next phase of your career and life.
    This new job should give you lots of learning opportunities.
    But most important is to keep on having fun!

  • Ahmad Fadli (KC)

    Thanks Izad

  • 5 underwears? What happen to another 2 days? Koboi ka?

  • Ahmad Fadli (KC)

    It’s a bit private but I sometimes change underwear more than once a day..You get the idea ;)

  • Hi KC: You do embrace the minimalist lifestyle very well! I didn’t know you appeared in the newspaper – were there responses to your minimalism after the feature came out? But it’s always a fresh perspective to me – I don’t think I buy a lot of stuff; but I also donate items whenever I think my apartment is getting cluttered. One place which takes your usables is Kawan Shop on Chulia Street (opposite Kassim Mustafa Nasi Kandar). I often give my stuff to them (clothes, household items etc) – they sell them at a flat price of RM5 per item and the proceeds go towards their Christian group’s work.

  • Ahmad Fadli (KC)

    I must have missed to reply to this Maya. Thanks for the info. I’ll surely give them a visit whenever I visit Penang again.

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