Ultimate Pumpkin Recipe Guide for Fall: 30 Breakfast, Dinner and Dessert Recipes!

Confession: I am not a pumpkin spice latte obsessed lady. That doesn’t mean I am not a sucker for a good pumpkin recipe. In the name of variety (and pumpkin), I decided to compile a grand list of recipes that are all pumpkin-filled deliciousness. Ranging from easy-to-make pumpkin breakfast bites all the way to pumpkin pastas! Who knew? The best thing about pumpkin is it can go from savory to sweet with a simple change of the spices and both options are absolutely ahhhmazing! So, without further ado, (I doubt you’re still reading anyway), I give you 30 pumpkin recipes for fall…

How to Transition from a Gift Giving Christmas to an Experience Christmas

As far back as I can remember I have loved the idea of waking up Christmas morning and announcing to our family that we are flying out somewhere amazing. I think it all stemmed from seeing another mom do this with her kids. Without realizing it, I have always been someone who leaned more toward experiences over things. Now that our kids are getting older, and are less interested in toys, I’m feeling the pull toward big experiences more than ever. In fact, last year, we opted for a hotel up north and played games and ate sushi in our PJs. It was awesome and the kids loved it. So, if you are hoping to shift away from the endless stream of presents and toys, here is a starter guide for making the shift into ditching the gifts for the getaways.

Vices: Why We Have Them and What They Stop Us From

I was recently listening to the audiobook of Breaking the Habit of Being Ourselves by Dr. Joe Dispenza and he got on the topic of vices. Of course, being a practicing minimalist, this is always a topic that peeks my interest. Vices are something I talk about specifically in my Shopping Rehab course and is something I get asked about a lot. Taking the time to uncover our vices – because as weird as it sounds, we sometimes don’t even realize we have them.

5 Steps to Declutter Your Space When You Have ADHD

I have been hosting live decluttering sessions via Zoom for the last few months for one reason: decluttering can be really freaking hard. My sessions were designed to help give people an “accountability buddy” as well as a fool-proof system for clearing through clutter quickly and easily without getting distracted. This was a method I created based off what works best for me when it comes to cleaning or decluttering my space. Imagine my surprise when I began to realize that this method is actually perfect for people who want to declutter but struggle with ADHD! I’ll share the video that gave me this AHA moment as well as my super simple 5 step plan for helping you declutter with ADHD.

How Many Pants Should I Own & Other Weird Minimalism Questions

I still remember the day I saw a fellow minimalist Instagrammer bring up the question of how many pairs of pants people should own. I chuckled to myself because this was a question I too had gotten so often from people. “How many pairs of pants should I own?” While this question makes me smile a little, the truth is, I had similar questions when I was first starting minimalism which is why I thought it might be time to drop some straight forward answers to some of the weirdest questions I have been asked as a minimalist.