It seems there is a TV show for just about every interest. Food, wilderness, interior design, fishing, hunting, etc. Now there’s a new show out there focusing on a big movement happening in a tiny way. Interested in tiny house living? Then you’re going to
Ahhhhhhh. How does reading that make you feel? For me that sound is a sound of peace and less stress after switching to a minimalist lifestyle. Was the journey easy? Absolutely not and it is not finished yet but every day I feel so much
This is a saying that I love: “Instead of wondering when your next vacation will be, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from.~ Seth Godin” So many of us keep thinking we need more and more to be happy
We’re taking the plunge! We’re building a tiny house! Currently, we’re looking into acquiring a 25’ – 27’ flatbed trailer (if you have one, let us know!) and materials. I’ll be documenting the whole process right here on MiS. If you’re interested in building your
Don’t think of cost, think of value. This quote can go two ways, both of which are important for your minimalist journey. The first way is to think of items you keep in terms of their value, and not of how much they cost you.
As I’ve written many times, I am beyond blessed that I am self-employed and grateful for the life I live. But if I were to do it again, I would have started my minimalist journey before self-employment. It would have made life so much simpler.
Think back to the first time you did something – anything at all. Remember how awkward it felt the first time? The more you did it, the easier and smoother it became. That is the perfect way to describe the change to living simply as
There is a saying I use all the time with my fitness clients and that saying is it’s one thing to talk the talk but it’s a whole different story to walk the walk. Today this saying describes how I feel after watching a video
For a solid 2 years I practically lived in my car. Between going to school full time and working 60 hours a week, I was rarely home. I was fortunate at that time to work somewhere I could bring my boys (dogs) to work with
I LOVE MY KINDLE! I never thought I could love an inanimate object as much as I do my Kindle but I admit – I do. Sounds silly doesn’t it for a minimalist to be in love with a thing right? Actually when you really