In this video, we talk about how much screen time our children should have. Is there a set amount of time? How dangerous is the media we bring into our homes? All questions are answered here.
All our videos on minimalism, decluttering, and intentional living.
How to Define Productivity as a Christian & Live a Productive Christian Life
In this video, I talk about the differences between productivity for the world and productivity for the Christian. I show you how to be a productive Christian while taking the ideas and concepts, but molding them to a Christian lifestyle. I’m still figuring all this stuff out with you; these are merely the things I’ve learned along the way.
7 Practical Lessons I Took Away From a 21-Day Daniel Fast
21 days. Fruits, vegetables, and a few whole grains. It wasn’t easy, but I can’t say it was overly difficult. I just finished the fast, and I feel great. I’ve fasted before, but this was my first Daniel Fast. I journaled daily to capture the results. I chose the Daniel Fast for 5 reasons.
10 Practical Steps to Start Practical Minimalism
In this video, I give you 10 steps to start living a practical minimalist lifestyle. This isn’t about selling everything you own; it’s about living intentionally and slowly reducing the unimportant things in your life.
How Fewer Toys Makes Happier Children
In this video, I talk about the No-Toys Nursery in Germany. We also talk about how kids are happier with fewer toys and how you can reduce the toys in your home.
A New Perspective on Gift Giving: How to Give More by Giving Less
In this video, I want to show you a new perspective on gift giving. We often give out of obligation and sometimes for no reason at all. If we were more intentional, we could reduce clutter and give gifts that truly mean something.
How to Define Success as a Christian
In this video, we talk about what biblical success looks like for Christians. Does it mean accumulating wealth? Is it wrong to accumulate wealth or things? Should we be giving everything we have?
When Should Your Kid Have Their Own Phone? A Real Conversation
My daughter had a heart-to-heart with me about getting a phone. She feels like she’s missing out on a lot by not having a phone. Namely, her friends’ group chat. The conversation with my daughter was interesting, but it gets even better in our household.