We fall prey to advertisements promising fabulous lives, so we head to the mall. But there’s nothing fabulous or interesting about hanging out at the mall. It’s mundane.
Get creative. Depending on the nature of your roadblock, you can finesse the situation or fight back.
You could be losing valuable time to things that don’t really matter. Here are three time sucks to recognize and limit whenever possible, so you can make the most out of your life
Having kids doesn’t mean you have to have clutter.
On the simplifying journey, support from those we love is something we need the most, but sometimes, it’s the hardest place to get it.
He called me to tell me, and I knew before he said it. You always do.
Living in the present moment sounds like something we do every day, but the truth is that we spend most of our time drifting away from the “here and now.”
I said yes when I should have said no: Confessions of a bad holiday scheduler.
Ask yourself these three questions to help set priorities for the new year.
Time spent with the people you love refreshes you and helps your creativity. Make some time for hygge, or coziness of the soul, this season and your creativity will benefit.
Your gift-giving can align with your minimalist values. Here are some gift ideas to help you this holiday season.
Creative people can often make their holiday gifts, but sometimes you just can't avoid shopping. Here are some tips to survive the mall during the holidays.
I'm rethinking my stack of unused thank you cards. Every day we're given gifts that we might not express gratitude for, but for November, I'm going to acknowledge them with handwritten notes of thanks.
It's time to refocus on making time for the things we love. Saying no can be hard but it's possible and it's not terrible.