Leo Babauta

Creator of Zen Habits. Vegan, dad, husband.

http://leobabauta.com/

Leo Babauta is a simplicity blogger & author. He created Zen Habits, a Top 25 blog with a million readers. He’s also a best-selling author, a husband, father of six children, and a vegan. In 2010 moved from Guam to San Francisco, where he leads a simple life.

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Well-Being//

Moving Through the Day with More Ease

by Leo Babauta
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Work Smarter//

When You’re Drowning in Tasks, Overwhelm & Stress

by Leo Babauta
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Work Smarter//

A Guide to Managing Your Time When You’re Always Behind

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

The Importance of Meditation in Crazy Times

by Leo Babauta
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Well-Being//

Dealing with the Immense Uncertainty of the World

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Coming Back to Powerful Habits (Plus 6 Powerful Habits)

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

The Honest Guide to Mindfulness

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Monkey Mind: Shifting the Habit of Feeling Distracted Throughout the Day

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Sacred Bow Challenge: Review Your Year and Set Intentions for 2020

by Leo Babauta
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Work Smarter//

Working with the Ebbs and Flows of Your Resistance

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

How to Be Kind to Yourself and Still Get Stuff Done

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

You Can’t Do Anything That is Shamefully Wrong

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

How to Not Believe Your Ultra-Persuasive Rationalizations

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

The Everyday Mindfulness Practice of Direct Experience

by Leo Babauta
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Work Smarter//

Creating the Habit of Not Being Busy

by Leo Babauta
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Well-Being//

Discipline Challenge: What My Mind Does When I Commit to Hard Things

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Hundred Little Decisions: Training Ourselves at the Decision Point

by Leo Babauta
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Well-Being//

Working With the Heartbreaking Feeling That Something is Wrong with You

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Why We Never Have Enough Time & What to Do About It

by Leo Babauta
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Purpose//

Live On Purpose

by Leo Babauta
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Work Smarter//

Antidotes to Overwork

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

The Art of Creating a Ritual for What Matters Most

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Oh, the Rationalizations Your Brain Will Dream Up!

by Leo Babauta
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Wisdom//

Move Towards Your Resistance

by Leo Babauta

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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- MARCUS AURELIUS

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