Minimalism can be seen as a bit of a cult like status. You often feel the need to preach about minimalism to anyone and everyone, and usually annoy your friends or family when you ask them if they REALLY need *insert household item name here*. I have found myself having the odd smug thought here … Continue reading Tips to avoid being a judgemental Minimalist
Apparently walking around, taking photos, is an actual thing called...who'd have guessed.... Photowalking. I don't know the "rules" but I figure the basic gist of it is that you take photos while walking around. One would assume it is more commonly used while traveling... although hey, you might also get some cool photos of mundane objects in … Continue reading Photowalking
So I'm not entirely sure what happened to the month of February- it seemed to just vanish! The first weekend in March was all about balance - from laying by the pool, sipping beers in the sun, to doing a 6.5km walk and spring clean...
Welcome to my first book review here on this blog. I have to say, it feels soooo good to get back into reading. Once upon a time, before I had kids (and had all the time in the world), I would read approximately one book a week - usually 'Chick Lit', True Crime or Trashy … Continue reading Book Review: You Are a Badass – Jen Sincero
I will admit to spending wayy too much time reading travel blogs, planning imaginary trips, signing up for hotel deals. So despite the fact that I don't actually book much travel, I feel like I've researched enough to know the in's & out's. Brooke from World of Wanderlust has summarised the best tip's I've … Continue reading
While scrolling through Pinterest for anything minimalist related, I saw a few pins mentioning Hygge, so naturally, wanted to find out more. Hygge is apparently a Danish word that is used to acknowledge a moment or feeling. A conscious appreciation. You don't need to learn how to "do it" or buy anything, you just FEEL. … Continue reading Hygge
If you're on a minimalist journey, you've probably heard about The Minimalist's 30 day declutter Challenge. The idea is that you will declutter 1 item on Day 1, 2 items on Day 2, 3 items on Day 3 all the way until Day 30 where you will be getting rid of 30 items! Participants usually … Continue reading 30 day Minimalist’s declutter Challenge