Leo Babauta has a minimalist website and writes about a zen life, which is all about simplicity, healthy living and habits that improve your life.
Marie is quirky. She has short, to the point and fun video’s with life and business advice that even if you don’t need it, will brighten up your day.
Brain Pickings is my go to reading material if I want to change my point of view or need some inspiration.
It’s a cross-disciplinary treasure chest, full of pieces spanning art, science, psychology, design, philosophy, history, politics, anthropology, and more.
Raw, honest wisdom from the awesome school of life brought to you by Romanian born Luminita.
Check out her 15 things you should give up in order to be happy for example.
Gretchen Rubin started on a one year project she called The Happiness Project. She wrote a book about it and has since written more books in the same line of thought. All we want it to be happy. She gives some scientific thought to it as well as her own (and others’) experience.
Marelisa describres her blog as follows: “Simplify your life by identifying authentic desires, and be more productive by doing less while achieving more, and by embracing creativity.”
Her articles are always very well researched and give some of the best advice I’ve come across in a long time.
Read for example 17 ways to slow down aging and live longer
My very first coach who, when I met her, was organizing small retreats like the kind I organize now. Meanwhile she has become a very successful business woman. But the advice she gives is still very powerful and has changed my life.
Simple wisdom for complex lives.
Although he is a marketing guru, his marketing advice very often ties in with and relates to normal life. It’s all about a new, creative way of looking at things. Whether it’s your next product launch or how to raise your kids.