At The Imperfectionist, we are building a toolbox for those who question the questions. It’s not what do we want to do, but how do we want to do it. It’s not what is our five year plan, but how are we living in this moment. It’s not what can we buy but what should we do with our time.
We curate and write about the true meaning of success and fulfillment and the beauty of moving towards uncertainty. We believe a life that follows the roadmap we were taught, the one with a high-paying job, a big house and a nice car, doesn’t lead to a truly “perfect” life.
We study history, the literary greats, the philosophers of the past and present for ways to live a more meaningful life. We search for the nonconforming and the unorthodox. We search for the interesting.
We write for those who have “everything” but feel like they’re missing something meaningful. We write for those who want live for what they need and not what they want.
A perfect life is a stifled life. And as Imperfectionists, we move away from perfection towards uncertainty. We don’t think of failures as mistakes but as opportunities for growth. And we don’t let our fears of the unknown keep us from living our lives as fully as possible.
Move towards imperfection. Choose to be imperfect.