One of the simplest ways to start implementing slow living practices is having more time off of phones and screens in general, but what are the real perks of doing so?
Sure, slow living sounds nice, but when you're a speedy person it seems totally unrealistic. Here are some ways to integrate slow living principles into your speedy life:
Letting your stuff make you happy doesn't make you a bad minimalist. We need to move away from the extremities of all or nothing, all-consumed with materialism or completely ridding ourselves of all but the essentials. My stuff makes me happy... and that's okay.
We love a good minimalist makeover. We thrive on shows from Tidying Up to Hoarders, seeing people's places transform from cluttered and messy to well-lit and organized. Tap to organize Instagram stories provide something so perfectly satisfying, as in a moment we get to see everything put away and cleaned up. It's an adventure to … Continue reading 5 Tips for Shopping as a Minimalist
It's hard to maintain a good quality of life while living with chronic conditions. Here are a few ways that I've made it easier to live a life worth loving with chronic pain:
If you don't know where to start incorporating rest and mindfulness into your day, this post is for you.
We need to pause our sprint to the next milestone, step back from the project at hand, and embrace the rest we crave. It's time to fill your cup.