8 Easy Steps to Redecorate Your Home for a More Relaxing Space

This is a guest post by Natalie Jones from Homeownerbliss. It may seem daunting, but there are many simple ways to transform your rented apartment or home into the relaxing space you need without breaking the bank or spending too much time on it. Below are eight easy steps to Continue Reading

How to Make Your Home Fresh and Lively

Guest post from parentingdiasters.com. In the midst of the pandemic, most people have spent more time at home than ever before, and this can lead to extra wear and tear on living spaces. You might be ready to freshen up your home a bit so it will be a healthier Continue Reading

Smile! – When It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

Photo by Kristina Tripkovic on Unsplash My son who’s 7 was sat at the table eating lunch when he said “Mummy, it’s really important to smile!” I said “Yes, it is but it’s even more important to show others how you’re feeling. You don’t always have to smile!” “But I learnt it at Continue Reading

The Sober Minimalist – Why I’m Quitting Alcohol

Photo by Eneko Uruñuela on Unsplash Despite this blog being centered around minimalism, this weekend I feel like sharing that I’m 3 weeks alcohol-free (which is actually a type of minimalism for the body if you think about it).  It’s not like I haven’t tried to quit before. Since my mid-twenties the longest Continue Reading

How to Drop the Guilt and Become a Mindful Consumer

Photo by Artem Kovalev on Unsplash When I talk about minimalism, I’m not talking about never enjoying a purchase ever again, Neither am I trying to make you feel guilty about the things you enjoy. I may have purged 80% of my stuff over the years, but even I enjoy a bit of Continue Reading

Longing to Live

Being out in nature really puts things into perspective. We are tiny in comparison. We have lived a fraction of the time of ancient trees. As early humans, we would have used nature, grown our own food, made things from it, and generally not destroyed it. Rather, we were one Continue Reading

Dealing With My Old Journals

The other day I decided once and for all I was going to stop pracrastinating over what to do with my extremely heavy box of journals. I brought them down from the attic and have been going through them in baby steps – years and years of entries. I had Continue Reading