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
This is the first Christmas season where I have been a 'Minimalist-in-training' and it's been conflicting to say the least. I love the joy of the holiday seasons, even materialistic things like all the beautiful decorations BUUUT I do struggle with the consumerism of it all and the amount of money and waste spent on … Continue reading Not another Christmas Tree
Last weekend was definitely more fun... but I'm grateful for time with my crew