One of the most common reader questions I’m asked is “how do you get your family on board with minimalism?” so I thought it was time to address this in a blog post. Here are my 5 best tips!
I believe everyone can all benefit from going back to the basics of simple living. Here are 9 simple living intentions for the new year and beyond.
Lately, I’ve noticed signs telling me it’s time to refocus my attention on minimalism. This is the inspiration for this blog post, which I’ve written for myself as much as for my readers. Here are six gentle reminders about minimalism, intended to help us all set the right intentions for the new year.
There are, of course, countless ways to be kinder to yourself; these are simply a few that have been particularly powerful in my own life. What’s really important is self-compassion: withholding judgement, accepting ourselves as imperfect, and being mindful of our expectations.
One of the most powerful changes I’ve made this year is learning to do less … and feel good about it! After struggling with expectations and the feeling that I needed to do and be more, this is how a lesson in self-worth helped me move forward.
It’s so easy to get caught up doing what “we’ve always done” but sometimes it’s necessary to step back for a bit. Here are four signs that told me it was time to “press pause” on my blogging life and take a break for rest and reflection.
This month I’m chatting with Charlotte Sapwell. I met Charlotte on Facebook and I was immediately drawn to her—as a single mum with two young boys, she was facing homelessness until she turned her life around by building her own tiny home.
I truly believe simple living can be life-changing, but it’s also important to understand there are limits and that filling a few trash bags with stuff won’t magically change your life overnight. So with that in mind, I hope this post will offer a balanced view of not just the wonders but also the limitations of simple living.
This month, I’m chatting with Sarah Hartley, the creator of Holl & Lane magazine. What really inspires me about Sarah is the way she combined her dream of creating a magazine with her vision of empowering women through untold stories.