Let me be the first to say, I did not manage to complete the November 30 day Minimalism challenge. I was expecting to have some great realization last month and accomplish every task on the list and proclaim victory. Due to some unfortunate circumstances that happened at the beginning of the month, everything was thrown … More Minor Failure? Or Major Success?
As the month of November is coming to a close, we prepare ourselves to sit among family and friends and reflect on all the things in our lives we are most thankful for. These past few days I have discovered that I have many things to be thankful for, including the fact that if it … More True Thankfulness
Calm. I feel much more calm this week, which is actually surprising considering all the chaos that surrounds my life at the moment. What is my secret, you may ask? Faith. So I know last week I set goals for myself to accomplish, and although I did make a fair sized dent, it did not … More Focused in Faith
So I have to be the first to admit that I have been HORRIBLE at maintaining my minimalist transition. Ever since cleaning out my closet at the beginning of the year I have done almost nothing to keep the momentum going. To be fair, my life started to spiral out of hand once … More Getting Back on Track
So I guess you could say step 1 is complete-my entire wardrobe has been purged from top to bottom! Starting with something easier was definitely a great way to start my transition into minimalism, but boy was this a project. In order to understand why, I should probably explain what I was starting with: A … More Purging the Wardrobe
“Minimalism isn’t emptiness for the sake of emptiness; but rather making room to move freely, think clearly, and open ourselves to the beauty and wonder of life.” – Francine Jay I guess you could say my interest in minimalism was sparked when I went over my best friends house one night under the … More Becoming Minimalist