While some people aren’t exactly thrilled about being quarantined in their homes during the Covid-19 pandemic, I myself have found an amped-up love for reading. In the last month, I have consumed on average 2 books per week. Check out my Covid reading list. While pandemic life has created more time in my life to allow for this, it has been a revolutionary experience that I don’t plan on stopping any time soon. I want to share the 10 strategies I have found that allow me to not only read more books but to also comprehend and remember them more effectively.
A lot of people have this misconception that because I call myself a minimalist I must really love organization or something or that I am naturally just a very zen, totally put together human being. In fact, the exact opposite is true. I have enough stress and chaos in my life that I don’t want my home to add to it. That’s why I have completely rearranged my life so that I am cleaning less. In fact, I would say I cut my cleaning time in (more than) half. Here’s how you can follow suit.
Sure, you can repeatedly declutter your home or go through the traditional spring cleaning, but wouldn’t it be so much easier if you just didn’t have the clutter taking over in the first place? If you’re like me and you’d rather just nip this thing in the bud before it’s even a problem then let’s talk. Here are 6 super simple things that we have done to be more proactive when it comes to clutter.
So I think there are a lot of preconceived notions around what minimalism is exactly. Sometimes people have this idea that in order to be a minimalist you have got to live in a studio apartment and only wear white. Or black. The thing is, anyone can be a minimalist, in any size house, with any type of wardrobe, and it can be a total life-changer and income saver! I wanted to share with you how adopting a more minimalist way of living has allowed our family of 5 to increase our income. Take what you will and apply what you can!
There is no denying that there is a push for more cruelty-free and natural hair care products. We’ve become more aware of what’s in our foods and what’s going on our skin, we also need to be more mindful of what we’re placing on our scalps.
I’ve been in salons for many years now and had the privilege of working with quite a few hair care lines. First, I’d like to chat a bit about five ingredients that you want to avoid, and then I’m excited to share five hair care lines that share our personal beliefs of people before product.
I adore the look of minimalist jewelry. Gone are the days when I felt obligated to fit in by wearing large costume jewelry pieces. Instead, I have fallen completely in love with simple, elegant, minimalist jewelry stylings and want to share a few tips with you today on how to still make a stylish statement with less.