Eco Friendly Minimalist: Bathroom Edition

Minimalism is often described as the answer to jam-packed closets, the overflowing junk drawer, or the hectic pile of boxes in the garage. But if you really want to evaluate whether or not you’re a true minimalist, head over to your bathroom. If your heart is really in it, your bathroom will easily follow suite,Continue reading “Eco Friendly Minimalist: Bathroom Edition”

Minimalism: The 5 Doctrines of Decluttering

Each time I’ve attempted to declutter, I have been amazed by the sheer volume of stuff that is jam-packed into our little home. It accumulates in every room, every drawer, every closet. Yet each fresh wave of minimizing seems to sink in a little deeper, leaving behind a way of life that I’m thoroughly enjoying.Continue reading “Minimalism: The 5 Doctrines of Decluttering”

Zero Waste Tip #9: Responsible Minimizing

9. Let the dumpster be your final resort, and find creative ways to donate items when it’s time to part with them! I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve hauled a lot of stuff to the dumpster over the past few years. However, this is a critical lesson that ties into both zero wasteContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #9: Responsible Minimizing”

How to be a Minimalist Mom

Minimalism. The word often evokes strong emotions on both sides of the fence. Either you’re all in and can pack all your belongings into a tiny house, or you’re a Why-would-I-even-try-when-I-have-so-much-stuff kind of person. I’d love to offer a different approach. Now, I’m 100% for KonMari and the Minimalists. I’ve read and thoroughly enjoyed theirContinue reading “How to be a Minimalist Mom”

About the Blog

One tiny green step at a time. That’s all it takes. The moment I typed “eco-friendly,” “zero waste,” “sustainable,” “minimalist,” or “green living” into my search bar and hit enter, an overwhelming barrage of data and opinions flooded my screen. Everything. Everything I needed to change. Everything I was doing wrong. All the products thatContinue reading “About the Blog”