Life Editing

by Lucy on December 7, 2012

Life Edited is all about “designing your life to include more money, health and happiness with less stuff, space and energy.” The website provides a variety of resources and insights on how to live minimally through architecture, products, behaviour and sharing systems.

We at Unstash are big fans of Life Edited because we love the idea of less = more. We see ourselves as a vehicle for life editing, using sharing as a way to live a simpler and happier life. Check out 8 tips for editing your life that work for any budget to start getting rid of the tangible and intangible clutter in your life. Read the post that featured Unstash here (and read about my personal story!).

See below for Graham Hill’s Ted Talk, Less Stuff, More Happiness.

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heather December 9, 2012 at 10:57 am

Loved reading about you on lifeedited. I’m cheering for you and what you are about! We’ve recently moved back to the States from a time abroad. Having sold/given away most all of what we had before each move, there is a mind game that happens with each need to borrow. When is it time for us to buy our own whatever-it-is? How many times is too many times to borrow? I really wish we, as a people, could get out of this need for independence and realize that sharing is better and keeps us connected in a healthy way. Thank you for all of the inspiration here. I often feel like I need another shot of REAL- reality to counter my learned habits! Thanks for that!

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