In honor of the Spring and quarantine season, when many of us are decluttering, deep cleaning, and reorganizing our lives, I share with you my personal and professional experience about the healing powers of living a simplified lifestyle and how it can be of benefit to you and your life. Take a listen as I share: my personal journey with minimalism how simplifying has helped me cope with major life changes why simplifying helps you manage your stress and pain how this way of
Decluttering, simplifying, intentional living. All sounds like a great idea, right, but it can also seem daunting and overwhelming. Especially if you share a home with a partner and even more so with children. Luckily I’ve got best-selling author Joshua Becker from Becoming Minimalist on the podcast to help give us some inspiration and step-by-step guidance on how to jump on the decluttering train this Spring. Joshua is someone I’ve been a fan of for a while. He is the Wall S
After my brief hiatus, we are back, and I am just giddy to bring you a conversation I had with the lovely Melissa Coleman from the beloved blog The Faux Martha. Her new book The Minimalist Kitchen just hit the stands a few days ago, and I got to chat with her not only about her book and simplifying the kitchen, but also some beginner steps for bringing minimalism into your life, how gathering around the table can bring healing, Melissa’s favorite self-care rituals, and more.
There is so much going on, and there is too much going on. And it is so easy to get overwhelmed with all of life’s demands and distractions. But feeling overwhelmed doesn’t have to be a normal way of life. This week’s episode offers some simple ways to give your overwhelm a hug and let go of what isn’t needed. Listen and subscribe! Soundcloud // iTunes // Spotify // Stitcher Show Notes: Self Care Mentoring Book: Essentialism by Greg McKeown Podcast: Afford Anything with Paula
Jessica Williams is most commonly known for her work running the social media for The Minimalists and co-hosting The Mind Palace Podcast. But Jess is also insightful and wise on the matters of going through a difficult healing journey. In this episode, I get to have an intimate chat with Jess on not just working through her autoimmune disease, but we talk about: trusting your intuition having authority over your own body feeling abundant and content instead of feeling deprive