In the wake of new everyday-life routines along with a more conscious wanderlust, a new human type is born: the Domad.
A crossover who thrives in homely coziness yet feeds on traveling inspiration.
A nomad in the spirit, a domestic creature in the day-by-day. Many of us are getting somewhat Domad.
And for that matter, Domads might make the world a better place. How?
The rise of various social media platforms in the modern age has changed the way we live our lives. From catching up with old friends to making new ones, social media is very valuable to us in terms of making connections.
Whether these relationships are formed on a professional or personal level, they are as important now as face-to-face relationships have ever been. There are many positive things that have come out of the rise of social platforms like Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, etc. However, research in the past several years has shown a potential link between social media use and a decline in mental health.
Ready for the therapeutic paradox? By learning the minimalist approach, you will discover how material goods – all the things we surround ourselves with – can be the means to mental liberation from materialism.
It is somewhat refreshing to sum up to ourselves the positive impact new habits have on our routines, isn’t it?
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