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#GreenMom- 5 Everyday household items that is a waste of money

My journey to living a healthy, minimalistic lifestyle has naturally led me to question the most common of practices we do on a daily basis as a society. What I have learned is that often times, many of the things Read more…


The rules that does not exist

You are allowed to break the rules Not the kind of rules about taxes and speed limits, but the ones that keep you from living a life of awesome. We are constantly bombarded with rules that don’t exist: You will Read more…


8 Things to Give Up in Order to be Happy

GUILT… Guilt is unproductive, but it is rampant. Making decisions based on not wanting to feel guilty will not make us happy. Pleasing others. When there is nothing to dislike about you, but there is nothing to like either. It’s impossible Read more…


How to stop feeling overwhelmed

Despite what most people seem to think (am I the only one whose friends/ husband think running a business means I sit in my pajamas all day eating cookies and play on Facebook), being a business owner often means super long Read more…


Cheers to what gets you through the day…

During my short time on earth (ok, compared to my grandmother that I saw yesterday) I realized that I have lived my life with SO MUCH pressure. And I have no one to blame but me. Yes, I have faced Read more…


10 easy ways you can be self-sufficient

Everyone has their own idea of how to live a self-sufficient life and what it means. For some, self-sufficiency is having a big garden in the backyard and being able to grow food for themselves or their family. For others it Read more…


Simple reasons I’m a minimalist

Okay, let me start by saying I am not a minimalist by some or even most standards. I own more than one pair of back pumps.  I do have electricity and running water in my house.  I LOVE my iPhone, MacBook Read more…


How to do the “minimalist thing”

Too many people spend money they haven’t earned, to buy things they don’t want, to impress people they don’t like. – Will Rogers. Values – To embrace a minimalist lifestyle you must first determine what your values are. Your values Read more…


Minimalism explained- why you should try it.

Here is a couple of reasons why I think minimalism is a good idea: Time- When you simplify your surroundings, you invariably end up applying these new habits to simplify how yo use your time. You end up focussing more Read more…


Buying into this “minimalist” thing

So when you think of Minimalism, you likely think of getting rid of stuff, not buying anything new, and living in a small white room with no furniture or pictures on the wall. That is what I thought. This could Read more…