I created this list of things our kids absolutely must know before moving out on their own. We can implement many of these ideas during teachable moments throughout the day. We can implement the more complex ideas by sitting down and having a conversation with our kids.
It’s easier than ever to be a minimalist in this technological world, but technology is also one of the primary distractors from real life. Enter: balance.
If you’ve been stuck inside like my family, you have a lot of unexpected time to get stuff done. Things like minimizing, decluttering, and the dreaded… cleaning.
We’re a family of seven, so it’s hard for people to imagine that we do anything “minimally” or “lightly.” And of course, any time someone hears that we strive towards minimalism, we get the jokes about how we’re not minimalist when it comes to children.
I just minimized my desk. The goal? Be intentional about every item on it. Your home office should work the same way. Here are the steps I take every time my office, or any office, needs to be decluttered.
We did a 30-day no-spend challenge that turned into 90 days. This is how it worked, what happened, and how you can do it too.