Mothers put themselves at the bottom of the priority list and look after everyone else before themselves. In this post I encourage you to think differently about the value of self-care and look after yourself, the simple and sustainable way. Here are some daily self-care ideas for mothers who want the most out of life.
Home is where the heart is. You want your home to reflect your family’s personality and be a space where you can relax, have fun and spend time in. But, if you’re looking to make your home simpler, calmer and much easier to look after as well, then read this simple guide on how to create a minimalist family home.
There’s a common assumption that to fully embrace the Minimalist lifestyle, you have to get rid of all your stuff. Minimalism is much more than throwing away everything you own and living a life of scarcity. Here are some helpful tips and a personal story of how to be a minimalist when you love stuff.
There are many ways we can begin to live intentionally, crafting a life that’s more on our terms instead of what modern, busy life has in mind for us. If you’d like to create more time for what matters to you, slow down whilst still getting done what you need, here are 7 ways to be intentional with your time.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a total convert to the benefits of Minimalism or whether you’re new to the whole thing and just finding your feet. Living in the same home as others who aren’t quite as keen on the lifestyle or haven’t yet discovered what a difference it can make, can be a frustrating thing. Check out this post on what to do if you’re the only Minimalist in the house.
Clutter-free living is about defining what’s important, simplifying the excess and making intentional decisions about what to let into your life and what to keep out. In this article I’m sharing my thoughts on why a clutter-free life is an intentional life and 7 examples of living intentionally with less.