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.
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.
A guest post from Catherine of the Blissful Mind: “Because I know we all dream of simpler and calmer lives, I’m sharing three ways that mindfulness has helped me live more simply on a deeper level.”
Hands up if you’ve ever fallen into the trap of waiting to enjoy life? Sometimes on the journey towards simple living, it can feel like your life is on hold—but the good news is you don’t have to wait to enjoy the simple life.
As some of you may know, I’m expecting my first little one very soon, so I was thrilled when Candace – a minimalist, mom and traveller – contacted me to share her story.
Why are things that are supposed to be simple, sometimes so hard to do? Find out the often overlooked key to simple living.
I asked thousands of readers what they think it *really* means to be a minimalist. Here’s what you had to say about “living with less”.
Simplifying life cuts everything except what truly brings love, joy, and life so that we can appreciate them for everything they were meant to be.
Whether you love it, hate it or fall somewhere in-between … ultimately, social media is a tool and it’s up to each of us to make an intentional choice about the role it plays in our lives. Some might choose to cut it out completely, but for others, it makes sense to find a mindful, balanced way to use it. This is the path I’ve chosen and here are a few of my tips on how to consume social media mindfully.