I find it kind of funny how Thanksgiving happens, and then we’re immediately flung into the December holidays. Sometimes we don’t even wait until Thanksgiving is over to jump ahead. Last night as we were driving home from our Thanksgiving gathering, we immediately could tell which stores were open by the hundreds of… Read More Zero Waste & Minimalist Gift Giving 101
I am THRILLED to share this post I wrote for the amazing blog called ‘Put The Kettle On’ about applying minimalism to all areas of your life. A lot of times, when people think of minimalism, they think of getting rid of physical clutter. But what if we thought of minimalism past the physical clutter,… Read More How to Incorporate Minimalism into All Areas of Your Life + 5 Ways to Get Started | A Guest Post for Put the Kettle On
I am very excited to share a post that I submitted to Becoming UnBusy, a site I found earlier this year and have been in love with ever since. They post about simple living, minimalism, decluttering, ways to live a happy life, and more! Their motto is ‘Ditch Stuff, Live Life’. If you are unfamiliar with… Read More 5 Minimalist Mindsets for Living a Happy Clutter-Free Life – Becoming UnBusy Guest Post
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Decluttering our way towards minimalism is a three-part series where I talk about, well, our family’s journey decluttering and moving towards minimalism. In part one, I talked about said journey, listed the questions we ask to help aid us in getting rid of items as well as simply determining if this is the right journey… Read More Decluttering our way Towards Minimalism – Part 2 – Decluttering Tips & Tricks
About a year ago I had had enough. I don’t remember if there was a specific catalyst that brought on the desire to change, or if smaller moments had been building up over time. What I do remember is moving into our 1400 sq ft house (from our 600 sq ft condo) when I was… Read More Decluttering our way Towards Minimalism – Part 1 – Is Decluttering/Minimalism Right for You?