If you missed part one of this post, click HERE. It has been one week of me taking the kid's toys away. My oldest is still playing with her dress up box and hasn't asked for anything else. My youngest plays mostly with her "bedtime" stuffed animals and my son is still playing with his … Continue reading I Took My Kids’ Toys Away [And Gave Some Back]: Part II
This week I made the hard decision to stop doing YouTube videos. With finding out that work is going to be closed until next year and just trying to navigate my thoughts, I just have not had the energy to make a video. It's time consuming to not only make a video but edit one … Continue reading Decisions.
It's week three of our no spend month. I must admit that during the middle of week two to now - it got hard. The first week and a half was a breeze. But some things have happened along the way, mostly mentally and emotionally. Though I won't be talking about any specifics here or on any … Continue reading Nothing Is Ever As Easy As It Seems.
It has been 30 days since I deactivated Facebook. Well actually not entirely. I reactivated my account to sell some items on Facebook Marketplace. I posted some things for sale and for free to declutter some more of my physical space as well. I didn't download the app and have no intentions on download it. Marketplace … Continue reading Social Media “Detox” Recap
Lately I've been feeling like some people may have false idea of what Minimalism is; that it's extreme or you need to have money to be a Minimalist. As stated by The Minimalists themselves: "Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important—so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and … Continue reading Things I No Longer Buy
Note: I created a new tab for Minimalist[ish] Living ❤ If you've been with the blog for a while now, you'll know that I have been posting more about minimalism and living a simple life. It's a big part of my approach to life (especially with family and fitness), so I want to continue to talk … Continue reading Social Media Detox & Living Minimally
I read Joshua Becker's The More of Less and fell in love with his approach to minimalism. He explains when you minimize items in your home it actually helps you to find what you truly want to do/ gives you the ability to help others more. I would say this is very true. In the … Continue reading “Minimalist” Home: Finding Purpose
Today is the beginning of lent [if you follow]... I've been reflecting a lot of what I wanted to do this year for lent. Being a mom has caused me to many times forget about "myself." I'm sure many of y'all can relate to this. #momlife 😉 While I do plan to give up Splenda (my … Continue reading Spring Decluttering & Happenings
I've been loving decorating our new home for fall with a more "minimalist approach."[White pumpkin above from Target] I also did rearranging to help "spruce up" the home too as you may be able to tell [from this previous post].This Birch candle I got from Big Lots. "Woods-like scents" are my favorite for fall! I … Continue reading Fall Decor & Decluttering!
As summer is coming to a "close," I've been doing a ton of "spring" cleaning...I started going through my fall and winter boxes that I had for the kiddos and found that I really didn't need much. The toddler is good, as I stocked up for her during last winter's clearance deals.Ally just needs a … Continue reading Currently: De-cluttering & Toy Organization