It’s amazing how much, and how quickly, life can totally change. Most of the people that I now call family, I didn’t even know 2 years ago. I may have seen them on the street or passed by them on the way to to class a few months earlier, but we’d never talked. Now, they’re … Continue reading Finding New Family
When we lack satisfaction, it's easy to want to overfill our schedules. We are taught that satisfaction is out there, in the real world, as soon as we satiate this desire for more, newer, better, busier the empty feeling will fade away. Eventually, we fill our plate to overflowing until it is literally impossible to … Continue reading When You Can’t Do More, Do Less
Doing it all is a myth. Doing what matters isn't.
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
The last year has included a lot of big steps toward reclamation of my body. I've put on weight, changed up my makeup, dyed my hair, gotten my nose pierced, and now, I'm sharing my most recent step in that process...
Intuitive eating has been taking the YouTube health sphere by storm, but it's good for more than recovery from disordered eating! Here's how intuitive eating has become part of my minimalism journey:
Foreboding joy is when we respond to the good in our lives by worrying about how it could go wrong, rather than soaking up the better times.