Ah, it’s time for us to say goodbye to November; she was wonderful. Now I’m ready to greet December with open arms. But before we do, I would like to share some of my monthly obsessions for the month of November! Slow mornings I think it was the shift in seasons, but I’ve been feeling… Continue reading Monthly Obsessions: November
It’s time to roll out the red carpet again for the people that have inspired me for these past few months. The category I want to focus on is minimalism. Below is a list of five minimalist influencers I think are worth a follow: Aaliyah Alexander | @aaliyahinspired Okay, this is a shameless plug. If… Continue reading My Favorite Minimalists That Are Worth the Follow.
I published my first blog post on April 13, 2019 with a mission to share my newly found passion for intentional living alongside my veteran status of vegan activism. In the beginning, I was writing for myself — simply putting what I learned from podcasts, books and videos with occasional updates on how life was… Continue reading Dear Reader, thank you.
Recently I turned 20 and I took the time to reflect on the lessons I’ve learned up to this point. Of course there’s probably more than 20 lessons I could put on the list, but for the sake of time here’s 20 lessons I thought stood out: ONE: the importance of knowing my values. Knowing… Continue reading 20 Lessons I’ve Learned in 20 Years.
The hardest part about leaving a life of hyper consumerism to a “minimalist” lifestyle is maintaining it. It’s easy to fall back into old ways when it comes to filling your life with meaningless possessions when things get a little stressful — instead of coping with newly formed habits, we inherently run back to familiar… Continue reading 5 Systems to Maintain a Minimalist Space.
The meaning of life I think is to live fully. Not plastic pleasure, not tinseltown pleasure — to live and enjoy simply life" Lindsay Murray Last week I watched this video that struck a chord in me. It was a video on simple living and revolved around a New Zealand man named Lindsay Murray. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jA4FJtrLNE… Continue reading What I Love About Simple Living.
First you must realize how much money you truly need to survive, and then realize that everything beyond that is just a want, often a superfluous want. The Minimalists Growing up, I remember always being a “saver”. I was the kid who set aside money from birthdays, Christmases, and any other special occasions that warranted… Continue reading Living Within Our Means?
I love clothes. Many people think that when you become a minimalist, the appeal of a nice outfit goes away, but it doesn’t. The only difference between pre-minimalist me and post-minimalist me is that I just wear pieces I already own over and over again. Repeated outfits? Who would dare walk out the house with… Continue reading My Favorite Pieces From My Minimalist Wardrobe.
When we intentionally create space in our lives, we can intentionally decide what to fill it with.Cait Flanders There’s this universal secret we hear all the time, but never really apply. This secret just sits there, ready to be used, ready to elevate your life and transform your reality. Legendary leaders preach this and old… Continue reading The Power of Intentional Living.
One thing minimalism frees you of is the obligation to buy certain things society says that you need but really don’t. When I began my journey a few years ago, I took notice of the things I bought on autopilot. After evaluating these purchases, I realized I could have less of a particular item or,… Continue reading 17 Things I No Longer Buy as a Minimalist.