Sometimes, I see people talk about wanting to be done with decluttering, finishing it off, and riding off into the minimalism sunset with not an unwanted or unneeded item in sight. The thing is, that's just straight up not realistic. If you're going to pursue minimalish living and all that comes with it, the declutter … Continue reading The Declutter That Never Ends
There’s nothing magical about the first of the year, but the time off and focus on the new does provide ample time to reflect and goal set. While I’m hesitant to label them “New Year’s resolutions,” I am setting new goals and changing some habits for growth in 2020. First and foremost, I’m going to … Continue reading New Year, New Opportunities for Progress
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:
Even if you're an expert at using all your groceries, everyone ends up with a few scraps here and there. Here's how to use them so they don't go to waste!
Life with chronic illness isn't easy, but having a chronic illness buddy makes it a lot easier (or at least a lot more fun).
Minimalism, to me, means more time and energy for the things in life that matter. With chronic pain and unpredictable flare ups, this has become even more valuable even as it has become harder to attain.
Recovery from anorexia is not a direct path, but I've made a lot of progress in this decade-long struggle over the course of the last year. Here is a portion of my story: