Posts about minimalism, mindfulness, nearo waste (near zero waste).
Encouraging your kids to be creative and critical is one task you can’t neglect as a parent. If you foster creativity, you will not only make life more fun but also provide your children with an upper hand at school, college and their future job.
There are many homeopathic and natural ways to help alleviate your feelings of anxiousness via herbs, spa treatments, and even solutions as simple as altering your daily routine.
Are you considering throwing a secondhand baby shower? Or, might you be asking, “what the heck is a secondhand baby registry?” This post will get you up to speed on the what, why, and how of a secondhand baby registry.
If you want to learn why Notability is a great solution for digital bullet journaling (over, say, its main competitor Goodnotes), then read this post! Here I share 10 reasons why I love Notability for digital bullet journaling—why it's more efficient and more intuitive.
Digital bullet journaling is changing my life for the better. I already have my iPad with me on any given day, and not having to carry around an extra notebook and pens for traditional bullet journaling lightens my load a lot (which matters more now that I’m nearly in my third trimester of pregnancy!). In this post and video learn how to do a monthly task migration in Notability.
Anticipating Christmas is one of the most exciting times of the year in a child's life. Did you grow up with an Advent calendar, celebrating each day of December up until Christmas? Here’s a way to give your children something every day but keep it minimal and nearo waste.
How does minimalism support a zero waste lifestyle? The great thing about minimalism is that it naturally supports being zero waste. If you buy less, you're demanding less of the economy, which will create less demand. Here are six ways minimalism and zero waste go together beautifully.
Sustainable clothing can be just as stylish and convenient as mainstream fashion. There are a lot of earth-friendly fabrics on the market and making the switch is easier than you may realize.
Your friends have kids and disappear. Suddenly they're too tired to meet up for happy hour, and planning get-togethers with your parent friends is difficult and it seems like you need to pencil something in weeks in advance. I assure you your mom friends still love you and think about you all the time. We’re still here!
Lifestyle dietary changes can help improve your overall wellbeing. Diets aren’t just for weight loss—when your overall goal is to challenge your body to be the best it can be, and you support that with your diet, the possibilities for your physical health and emotional energy are limitless. Follow Kayla’s journey to becoming a raw vegan.
Fasting is no easy feat. For some people, it can be really difficult to mentally wrap their minds around the concept of fasting. However, there are others who swear by this particular practice. Intermittent fasting lets you eat what you want and still lose weight.
While our votes may not count, our dollars do. Every dollar we spend is a small vote towards the type of world we want to live in.
Be a conscious consumer and avoid fast fashion—AND save money? Yes, second hand shopping is great. But if you don’t like rummaging through racks at thrift stores, there are other options for you.
Gardens have a long history of being places of relaxation and comfort. They are a place where the wildness of nature and the organization of human intervention meet. This combination makes the garden an excellent place to practice mindfulness.
Do you dread party planning because it seems super overwhelming or expensive? Parties and events can be budget- and environmentally-friendly. If you want to see how it's possible to throw a simple bash, read on!
Your Apple Watch can allow you to be more mindful beyond meditation and breathing apps. Live as intentionally as possible. Be in the moment. Focus on the now. But the battle between technology and mindfulness is constant. Here are some tips on how to be more mindful with the help of your Apple Watch.
This post will be all about materials you may need to get started. Obviously this list will accordion based on what you already have, but I wanted this post to be a one-stop-shop for materials you may absolutely pick up in order to get started on the right foot.
I love natural cleaners! They’re so gentle, cheap, and easy to make. Here’s my favorite recipe for an all-purpose cleanser.
Oh hey, I’m now part of Ethical Writers and Creatives! Here’s my journey from being an unhappy, materialistic beauty blogger to a minimalist to an ethical writer.
I get high every morning before work. I look forward to my morning routine more now than ever before. I dedicate a good half an hour to something that makes me incredibly happy, and it has extra added benefits too.
Going on a social media ban taught me more about myself than I ever really wanted to know. I started the ban because of a dream, and it ended up being an uncomfortable but valuable lesson.
As a part-time grad student with a toddler and a full time job, I’ve been trying to live a life with more mindfulness. I figured that one of the best ways to clear my mind and achieve mindfulness was to remove any unnecessary clutter in my life.
It’s Beans here. My mother requested I write another guest post for the blog to talk about my recent minimalist, zero waste birthday party. I’m now two years old.
Not too long ago, I was watching upwards of 8 hours of TV per day. Now I watch zero. Z-E-R-O. Here’s how I decreased my TV consumption.
People come in and out of your life. Enjoy them while they are there. In the end, all you really have is yourself.
Switching over to cloth wipes instead of tissues changed the way we consume paper products. Yeah yeah, I've talked about this before. But there are new developments in the cloth wipe world that I wanted to share!
Guest blogger Ashlee and her husband chose to purchase a small former dairy farm in 2015 in an attempt to slow life down for them and their children.
I had a dream where I wanted to do a month-long social media ban. So, what do I do when I wake up? I just go ahead and start one. Delete twitter, instagram, and facebook cold turkey.
One of the biggest lessons from my no-spend month was deciding to go to the library and check out books instead of buying a $12 ebook. The library is a reading minimalist’s dream!
My no-spend month is over. I kinda sucked at it for various reasons. But I did learn a lot.