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All You Need: 14 Eco-Friendly Minimalist Toiletries

Life After Minimalism? 5 Thoughts After 5 Years of Being a Minimalist

What’s in my Bag? Minimalism in Practice

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best 3 books | minimalism

Soulful Simplicity | The Joy of Less | The More of Less

best courses

Dress with Less and Create Your Capsule Wardrobe | The Art of Less Doing

the whole list of minimalist books and courses

best services

FatLama – borrow or lend your stuff instead of buying/just storing or throwing away (US & UK)

Capsule Wardrobe, conscious life, Finances, Minimalism, Minimalism with Kids

The last edition of A Simple Year course

The registration for the course is already closed. You can check other Courtney’s courses: Dress With Less and Create Your Capsule Wardrobe How To Create A Microbusiness That Matters If you want to simplify meal planning check these recipes, meal plans, and knowledge resources: Healthy Meal Planning Bundle I recommend you also Ari Meisel’s course on simplifying your life: The…

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Minimalism, Minimalism with Kids, Motherhood

One More Argument That We Value Experiences More Than Things

Imagine how many gifts kids that you know could get last Christmas. Think of your kids, kids of your extended family, friends or neighbors. Let say a kid got 17 gifts and many of them were expected and waited for, so they should be enjoyed. Now let’s imagine this Christmas the kid gets 2 gifts. Or one, or five or zero. Would…

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Life Organization, Minimalism, Slow Life

More Ideas How to Live Simpler – Slower, Healthier and More Eco-Friendly

Slow life, simple life, minimalism, healthy lifestyle, coming back to nature, environmental friendliness – they all lead step by step to a life in which you can be more free, healthy, less stressed, less harmful for the Earth and save more money (or save time which you sell for the money which you won’t need). Today I share with you…

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Life Organization, Minimalism, Slow Life

Simple and Eco Laundry – Which Solution I Choose after Years of Experiments

Simplifying our lives, inviting fewer and fewer toxins to our homes and bodies, giving the rest to the Earth and as a byproduct, saving some money – let it be goals of this text, this blog and maybe our lives too. Today I’ll gather here my tips for a simple and eco laundry. So since I’m interested in more eco-friendly…

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daily, Minimalism, Slow Life

Daily: Sauna and Simplifying Life

Imagine Mr. Jones. He works to be able to pay for a gym membership. He goes through an air-conditioned shopping mall to an elevator which takes him to the highest floor. There he has his sauna session. Hey, who needs that?! My discovery of the year is that many people on the Earth have completely free saunas in or next…

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Minimalism, Minimalism with Kids, Motherhood

Back to School Season – Minimalist’s Guide and Reflections

Back to school is another consumerism feast in the year. After Christmas or Valentine’s Day presents and Easter home decorations, someone made us spend money on buying NEW things every year when the school year begins. How could a back to school minimalist season look like? My story When I was going to school, I used to buy new things…

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Capsule Wardrobe, Minimalism, Slow Life, Travel

Simple Year 2018 – Get Minimalist Experts’ Guidance for the Whole Year! Simplify Your Life in 2018

Today I want to introduce to you a great project, A Simple Year 2018. Below are the most important information and my reasons why it’s totally worth its price: less than $21/month. Registration is still open and you have a lifetime access to all materials. This super helpful and eye-opening course is initiated by one of my favorite people from all the authors writing about…

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Minimalism, Travel

Lessons on Minimalism. From Travel

I’m writing this from a tiny, wooden house in the woods where we spend our family holidays. Yes, it’s not July or August. To enjoy my time with family and to enjoy trips, I need to avoid crowds, so we often travel outside the season, in spring or autumn. Oh, and generally in life, it’s worth to do the opposite…

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mini art, Minimalism, Minimalism with Kids, Motherhood

Our Children’s Day with a Fantastic Experience Gift for Toddlers

As minimalists, I and my Husband avoid buying unnecessary things and we even limit gifts for our kids from the extended family. We know how many times after getting most toys our Boys play with it. Not many. There are just a few toys in their room and it’s not because of our, parents’ rules. It’s because they play with…

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Minimalism

What Does a Minimalist Buy? March’s Report

March was a good month when we did only necessary purchases. Below I present our family (of four) expenses except for bills, food, toilet paper, diapers, menstrual pads and my Husband’s personal items. If you want to know more about the series What Does a Minimalist Buy?, like why it’s worth to try buying less, go to the January’s report….

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Capsule Wardrobe, mini art, Motherhood, Slow Life, Travel

mini art: Walks in Nature aka Forest Bathing with Kids

This series of mini arts was meant to catch and save my thoughts from the week that is ending. But last week things happened that kept me busy with what’s going on outside the home or inside our bodies, so no thoughts this time 😉 Just a report from my week, including photos from our walks in nature and my…

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Minimalism

Experiments You Can Do to Simplify Your Life

Simplifying life requires experimenting with our lifestyle. With the big things, big ideas but also with trivial, everyday tasks. If our goal on the simple living path is regaining resources: time, energy, attention, space and money, the way to develop in this direction is to question everything, every action, every habit, every addiction. To live slower and happier than most…

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Minimalism

I’ve Bought 5 Dresses and I Still Consider Myself a Minimalist

As I’ve written in my February shopping report and informed you on Instagram, last month I’ve bought five dresses. On one day, in one shop. Here is how I see them in my minimalist wardrobe. Why I’ve bought five dresses being a minimalist? Firstly, for about four years I’ve been waiting for this moment when I will no longer be…

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Capsule Wardrobe, mini art, Slow Life

mini art: Seasons Changes and Seriously Slowing Down

A week ago we had first really warm days here. I’ve pulled spring outdoor clothes out of our wardrobe. And on Friday winter came back, bringing, in my opinion, more snow than in any moment during this winter. The world, watched through home or car windows looks like a wonderland, that’s true. But after these months of autumn and winter,…

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Minimalism, Minimalism with Kids

What Does a Minimalist Buy? February’s Report

It’s the second report of the What Does a Minimalist Buy? series. To know why I publish my expenses, go to the January’s report. Below I share my family purchases from February, not including bills, food, toilet paper, diapers, menstrual pads and my husband’s items. What does a minimalist buy? February new things for the home ENTRY PHONE (the old one wasn’t…

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