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Why do we put off things we know we should do? Whether it is exercising more, clearing out the garage or managing our photos, we have an idea of what we need to do but the thought of going through the actions of these tasks can seem overwhelming, distasteful or pointless. Even knowing that putting off certain tasks could hurt us later, we will still hesitate. So how do we stop procrastinating and tap into motivation when we need it? When

Recycling doesn't work. The world is inundated with tons of plastic waste that we can't reuse because the companies that make products decided that convenience outweighed the needs of the planet. The Loop system, introduced by Terracycle at the World Economic Forum hopes to change that by encouraging consumers to order their favourite products online in reusable containers and then send them back to the manufacturer, aka, the Milkman. But will it really work?

I don't think minimalism could get any trendier right now. It is so widespread that the backlash has begun. In this article in The Guardian, Chelsea Fagan argues that minimalism is just another form of conspicuous consumption available only to the rich. In this post, Kimberly Button argues that minimalism made her life harder rather than easier. Like everything that humans tend to overwork, ruin or misinterpret, minimalism doesn't have to be done to death.

I have been to Las Vegas more than any other city, strangely enough. This is due to it being the centre for tech conferences and also a jump off point for desert road trips - a personal favourite. So when the chance came up for another trip, I couldn't say no to the possibility of bright, warm sunshine and some people watching.