The Minimalist Challenge: 36 Fun Experiments for a Simpler Life
Full disclosure: My husband teaches science. My son-in-law is a clinical laboratory scientist. My sister nurses transplant patients and one of my cousins is an oceanographer. My father-in-law was a geologist.
I'm surrounded by people who think in terms of observing, asking questions, hypothesizing, testing, evaluating, and then going through the process all over again.
So I get it. Experiments are all about discovery and growth. They let you try something you might not otherwise do. And there's no real failure in an experiment because all results are data. If something doesn't work the way you hoped, that's simply data that lets you try another behavior to see if it works better.
- physical clutter
- digital clutter
- personal well-being
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