Confession. I have a problem. I could literally live my entire life in ripped jeans. Maybe it’s because my teen years were spent at Hollister and Abercrombie and I’m just glad the ripped jean look has made a comeback. If you are working on decluttering your wardrobe but are totally stumped on how to make a smaller amount of clothes work for you, I get it. As a minimalist fashion lover/ripped jeans obsessed 30 something, I have got you covered. I have officially perfected all the possible ways to style your ripped jeans and
I never thought I would be a “minimal” type person. I have always loved doing all the things and have a house full of treasured possessions that I have collected over the years. But that all changed for me 5 years ago.
To give you a little framework for what my life was before, my husband and I were DINKs, dual income, no kids.
He works in tech and I had a marketing business that employed three women and took up lots of time. I was also publishing books with a writing partner and working on my online marketing. Oh, and we had two dogs and a cat. Life was great!
I had time to take trips to Vegas a couple of times a year, attended marketing conferences, and flew around the world to give speeches about marketing!
And then we decided to adopt one child from foster care. The process took a couple of years and at the end of we wound up adopting THREE kids from foster care.
I admit it, my favorite past-time is scouring the internet for affordable U.S. travel destinations. Tom and I let our passports lapse last year because we knew the next adventures we wanted to take (after paying off our debt) were the ones located in the good ‘
It’s no secret, that I am a big fan of saving money any way I can…without compromising quality. That
I got my first subscription to Money magazine (something I have been wanting for a few years now.) Imagine my excitement when I saw my favorite financial guru, Dave Ramsey on the front cover. The title read something like, “Why Millennials are Flocking to Dave Ramsey.” I read the article and really got to thinking…why is it that Dave Ramsey has gained such popularity and momentum specifically with my generation, the millennial generation? Dave Ramsey is known notoriously for his no-nonsense, old school approach, yet millennials are thought to be very “new age” and