Good Reads, Back in the 21st Century Edition

Blogging is linking. I think you see this in many posts I write – but unfortunately, I cannot include links to all the inspiring reads I encounter during my voyages through the (mighty) interwebz. That’s why I decided to create a column to spread a few precious links worth your time, and also share some… Continue reading Good Reads, Back in the 21st Century Edition

Towards Ethical Lifestyle Design

“People who avoid all criticism fail. It’s destructive criticism we need to avoid, not criticism in all forms.” (Timothy Ferriss) Should lifestyle designers be better people? When reading the recent discussion on the topic over at Beyond Growth (1, 2), one could reach the conclusion that this indeed should be the case. And, honestly, why… Continue reading Towards Ethical Lifestyle Design

The Problem of Perception

Are we living progress, regress, or are only minutiae changing, while the important things just stay the same? To give just one example: When it comes to the questionable “discovery” of lifestyle design, most people on this planet just don’t know about it and live their life as if nothing was happening. But what about… Continue reading The Problem of Perception