This How To Minimalism series is all about being mindful and creating a life we love, through minimalism. Today's topic is about uncovering, acknowledging and honouring our dreams and life goals. In the latest post in this series, we took a look at how we typically spend our time. Now it’s time . . .
In this How To Minimalism series, we're exploring ways to live a simpler and more meaningful life. What can we do to live a life of less distractions and more openness? To create more room for joy and opportunity? If you're just joining in, you may have missed the first two posts. We're on . . .
In this How To Minimalism series, we're going on a journey towards a more intentional life of less. In the first post of this series, we looked at what this means in terms of paring down our material possessions. Decluttering encourages us to be mindful of the physical stuff we bring into our lives . . .
There's a common misconception that all minimalists live in tiny apartments with bare walls and own less than 100 things each. They don't have families, they travel 24/7 and they only dress in black and white. I'm happy to report, that this is far from true. The truth is, anyone can be a . . .
Resisting the urge to buy new things is not about depriving ourselves. It's about realizing that we are more than our material possessions and that we deserve to live free of them. It's about not wasting our time and money collecting new things when these things ultimately leave us feeling . . .