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Meet a Minimalist: Leo Babauta – Creating the Right Habits

By TicoandTina

October 28, 2014

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Leo Babauta is arguably the most well-known minimalist, and he applies his minimalist mindset to everything but kids – he has 6! 🙂

In the past 9 years he has

  • Quit smoking (on Nov. 18, 2005).
  • Become a runner.
  • Run several marathons and triathlons.
  • Begun waking early.
  • Become organized and productive.
  • Begun eating healthier
  • Become a vegetarian.
  • Tripled his income.
  • Written a novel and a non-fiction book.
  • Eliminated his debt.
  • Simplified his life.
  • Lost weight (more than 50 pounds).
  • Written several best-selling ebooks.
  • Started a successful Top 25 blog.
  • Started a second blog for writers and bloggers.
  • Created a leading blog on minimalism.
  • Gave up his car, and is now car-free.

I think it’s safe to say that Leo has developed some good habits. Here are a few of our favorite things he has said recently:

What kinds of habits are you developing today and what do they say about what your life will look like tomorrow?

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We believe that you were made for greatness and that you don't need to wait for "someday" to start living it. We want to help you revitalize your "now" while also planning for a better "later". What needs to be streamlined in your life to make room for greatness? We keep it real here because let’s face it, we’re not all models and life is not a movie where everything wraps up into neat little packages in 90 minutes. Plus, laughing is one of our favorite activities.

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