Minimalism in life and living as a minimalist as in.. with higher quality items, but less of them.
Showing off parts of my minimalist apartment and home. This is the bathroom.
Showing off parts of my home as requested by a reader. This is the organized laundry and storage area.
Our rough formula for whether or not we plan on spending a lot of money on something is determined by one thing…
Showing off parts of my home as requested by a reader. This is one of the bedroom’s (Baby Bun’s) that we are using as an office until he wants it back.
Showing off parts of my home as requested by a reader. This is the kitchen and all of its drawers.
I’m constantly asked about how I stay so organized and efficient, and I thought I’d try and share 5 simple steps on how I do it. The main thing for me, is to have an organized mind first of all.
How do you sleep at night? This is how I feel sleeping on a Japanese futon, 10 years and counting.
I used to travel almost 90% of the time when I was a consultant on the road (these days, I’m homebound), and here are my top travel tips.
The only word you need to learn in minimalism: STOP.
I feel overwhelmed by all the things I have to do sometimes, but then I just sit back, take a deep breath and follow this method which usually makes me way more productive than if I just run around like a crazy person trying to do it all at once.
Now that I have a car, I have started storing spare things in my car – here’s what I find essential.
I am a wealth-obsessed, style-focused, minimalist.
I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months with The Budgeting Tool which I now sell online and donate its net proceeds to charity.
I earn like a princess on average $20,000 a month when I work but am trying hard to live like a pauper by not spending all of it.
The rest of the time I relax and enjoy the time off by traveling, although traveling has been on hold lately with the arrival of Baby Bun, my rambunctious, ever-hungry toddler.