Before I really started my journey into minimalism, I did what anyone does before changing their life: watch other people talk about their opinions about said life change. Advertisements
Hey, everyone! I’ve been making my own cleaning products for a couple of years now and I freaking love it. Part of why I started looking into more natural cleaning was because I’m allergic or very sensitive to most cleaning products. I also have eczema/psoriasis to that makes everything even more fun. I really started… Continue reading DIY Natural Cleaning Products with Recipies
Many employers believe that creativity is valuable characteristic in their employees. So, even if you’re not the “creative” type, finding some time every day to draw, paint, listen to or write music can help you succeed in your personal and professional life.
I started my minimalist journey before I got married and even then I was just barely getting into it. I had a very specific aesthetic in mind, what I wanted “minimalism” to look like in my home, and what was and was not acceptable. My husband, in some ways, is a natural… Continue reading Minimalism in Marriage
I have a confession to make. I love planning.
The last few weeks for our home has been a little crazy, but very good. I’ve been adjusting to my new job and my husband has been starting up another spring semester. It’s been challenging, but a lot of fun.
A guest post from Jo Holloway-Green, Founder of The Mindful Hub; a website and blog aiming to make mindfulness accessible to all. http://www.mindfulhub.co.uk Mindfulness sounds a bit intimidating. If you’ve never heard of it you could be forgiven for having to ask what it is? The opposite of forgetfulness? Something to do with… Continue reading Getting Started with Mindfulness