Kids toys. A terrifying category for minimalists around the world! Unless…you start early (like really early…before 1). We just had our first child and I was overwhelmed until I found my solution that has fixed everything at this young age.
The extras that made my life so much easier with a newborn. After testing everything out these were the winners. These would be great for your baby or as a baby gift.
Check out my new years resolution and how I am saving over a month of wasted time doing one of the most dreaded chores.
Exciting life update and future plans for the simple happy life blog! There are big changes and exciting developments on this crazy adventure that we would love to fill you in on.
We are always getting bogged down by our to do list that is miles and miles long. It feels like it will never end. Let’s take a look at how important that list really is and make our priorities our priorities.
This book is a very unique book to my minimalist book review series. Less: a visual guide to minimalism, was written by the popular minimalist youtuber Rachel Aust. In her book she gives a very unique perspective and a simple visual guide that many new minimalists will find very helpful. You will love her lists and decision charts in this no fluff guide to decluttering and living a simple happy life.
This week try to find something in your life that you can make easier. Maybe its trying to meal prep this weekend so you only have to clean up your kitchen once. Perhaps its having a family meeting and implementing a chore chart. Personally, my favorite thing that simplified my life was a gift from my in-laws for Christmas which with this one change saves me 42 hours a year that I don't have to spend on doing this boring chore.
The only way that you do get better at this art like with most art is by practicing. Minimalism is a lifestyle. Be patient with yourself and don’t expect to get everything done in one day. It took a lifetime to gather everything around you its gonna take some work to undo that.
I am not perfect and I know that you are getting tired of me saying that minimalism is a journey but here is a picture that is proof. Here is some real honesty so that you can stop feeling like you always have to have it all together…because honestly none of us do.