Freelance writer, New York Times contributor, and talented journalist, Kristin Wong, delves into why we do the things we do.[Read more…] about Why We Do Things with Kristin Wong
Over the last few years, Break the Twitch has evolved in several ways. In the pursuit of creating meaningful content, a simple blog became a YouTube channel, which led to an ebook, audio book, and now, a weekly podcast.
What started as a minimalism blog became a project focused on minimizing distractions and doing more of what matters through minimalism, habits, and creativity. Now four years in, my wife Amy and I are working full-time on creating new things for Break the Twitch, which means that it is also becoming our livelihood. [Read more…] about An Intentional Living Community Invitation
Anthony’s Note: This is a guest post written by Marc Chernoff from Marc & Angel Hack Life, an inspirational personal development blog on how to think, feel and live better. Marc (and Angel) Chernoff are amazing people (who truly embody what they talk about), good friends, professional coaches and authors of the new book, Getting Back to Happy.
When you look back on the recent past, don’t think of the pain you felt. Think of the strength you gained, and appreciate how far you’ve come. You’ve been through a lot, but you’ve grown a lot too. Give yourself credit for your resilience, and then step forward again with grace.
The next best step forward? [Read more…] about Some Very Uncomfortable Things You Need to Start Doing for Yourself
Welcome to the start of a new monthly series, Behind The Scenes (unless someone suggests a better name for it). In this video, I cover what we’ve been up to for the last month or so, and what you can expect in the near future from the blog and YouTube channel (hint: a tiny house wood-fired sauna)! I also share some resources, links, and updates on the soon-to-be-released audiobook as well! [Read more…] about Behind The Scenes, April 2018
It’s hard to overstate the importance that reading has had in my life.
I remember focusing my attention on the nonfiction/personal development section of my favorite book stores back in high school, and that attraction still hasn’t left me. Some of the best things I’ve read were book recommendations from close friends who enjoyed reading them as well.
Many books have influenced my own perspective over the years and after the release of my own ebook, I’ve received many requests to share some of those book recommendations. Specifically, books on minimalism, habits, and creativity—the core principles of Break the Twitch and my work in these areas. This list will be updated as time goes on, so feel free to bookmark this page for later reference. [Read more…] about Book Recommendations On Minimalism, Habits, and Creativity
For the last few years, I’ve had a tradition of publishing a personal annual review. The last two years, 2015 and 2016 were published on my other personal site. I’ve enjoyed doing these year-end reviews because I found it to be a helpful way to see my own progress, while looking back on where I was at the end of each year. [Read more…] about The 2017 Annual Review