I am very excited to be sharing a guest post I wrote for Just a Simple Home’s Simplifying the Season blog party! The past few years I have been searching for ways to minimize the stress, hustle and bustle, extra commitments, errands, shopping lists, spending, and more around the holidays. I truly love this… Read More How I Simplified the Season with a Pay-it-Forward/Holiday Tradition Advent Calendar – Includes a FREE Printable!
I am very excited to share a post that I submitted to Becoming UnBusy, a site I found earlier this year and have been in love with ever since. They post about simple living, minimalism, decluttering, ways to live a happy life, and more! Their motto is ‘Ditch Stuff, Live Life’. If you are unfamiliar… Read More 5 Minimalist Mindsets for Living a Happy Clutter-Free Life – Becoming UnBusy Guest Post
Hygge may be a word you have been hearing more and more lately. It is so big that the website visitDenmark.com has a page specifically about the Danes and Hygge! But what the heck does it actually mean? And how do you pronounce it? I first started hearing about ‘hygge’, which is a Danish… Read More What the Heck Does Hygge Mean, Anyway? + 13 Ways to Bring Hygge Into Your Life
The Mindful Mom Blographer is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com or other websites, including but not limited to, Google Adsense. View Part 1 – Is Decluttering/Minimalism Right for… Read More Decluttering Our Way to Minimalism – Part 3 – Keeping the Momentum
Decluttering our way towards minimalism is a three-part series where I talk about, well, our family’s journey decluttering and moving towards minimalism. In part one, I talked about said journey, listed the questions we ask to help aid us in getting rid of items as well as simply determining if this is the right… Read More Decluttering our way Towards Minimalism – Part 2 – Decluttering Tips & Tricks
About a year ago I had had enough. I don’t remember if there was a specific catalyst that brought on the desire to change, or if smaller moments had been building up over time. What I do remember is moving into our 1400 sq ft house (from our 600 sq ft condo) when I was… Read More Decluttering our way Towards Minimalism – Part 1 – Is Decluttering/Minimalism Right for You?
I think the mindfulness movement gets a bad rap sometimes for being ‘crunchy’ or being too ‘hippy’. Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. As the definition of mindfulness above states, it simply means being aware. How often do we just float through life going, going, going and doing, doing, doing? How often do… Read More How to Adopt a Mindfulness Mindset – Includes a Free Worksheet!