All in The Minimalist Home
Whether you’re trying to clean, simplify, downsize or reorganize, it’s best to use a system when you want to declutter. Otherwise you’ll get overwhelmed and stop in the middle. Plus if you ever have to move, you’ll be glad you decluttered in advance. i use this method frequently throughout the year—even minimalists build up clutter! Here’s how to declutter in five steps.
When you have sensitive skin, the options for skin care narrow significantly. I’ve tried many things over the years, and finally have a routine I’m happy with. Here are my tips and tricks for simple, minimalist skin care.
How has love changed your life for the better? Today I want to share a story with you about how one couple’s life was forever changed--and maybe saved--by their dog Jerry. This is the ultimate story about how love triumphed over all else.
Let’s discuss the concept of home from a minimalist’s perspective. Is it different from a non-minimalist’s? Does a minimalist home feel different? What does home mean to you?
For a lot of people, clothing is one of the most challenging areas to downsize, and that’s understandable. Our clothing is a reflection of our personality, and lends to how we are perceived in the world. It can serve as armor, costume, or beacon; it can flatter, insult, embarrass or elevate us. But the truth is, we spend too much time and money on clothing.
I am a San Francisco bay area native who grew up and lived in the area for over 30 years. I’m back now, but just temporarily, and I can’t wait to leave! I’m going to give you a rundown of the bay area as an RVer, and why I’d rather live like a homeless person than stay at most of the RV parks and campgrounds around here.
We've lived a life of RV travel for about 2.5 years now. A lot of things changed, but one thing we always do is have a budget. It's very possible to fully enjoy life while still having a budget. So today I'd like to talk about living within your means while RV traveling.