9 Questions to Ask Yourself When Starting the Journey of Minimalism

Minimalism. A word we hear a lot, yet has many meanings associated with it. Whether you believe minimalism is about owning less stuff. Simplifying your life. Getting rid of what you don’t want. Or focusing only on what you do want. The results for any journey of minimalism will probably be the same: more clarity,... Continue Reading →

My Fall & Winter Minimal Wardrobe- 11 Pieces!

As promised, I am finally showcasing my fall & winter minimal wardrobe! I typically follow the idea of a 10-item wardrobe, based off Jennifer L. Scott’s book “Lessons from Madame Chic” and her very popular TedX talk. Both of these inspired me to pare down my clothing, and only keep the bare minimum. Those pieces... Continue Reading →

Minimal Makeup Routine. Less Products. Less Time

I am not big into beauty. At all.  Rarely do I put on makeup, and my hair is typically in a ponytail. Thus, the appeal of a 2-minute minimal makeup routine. I use a few products. It only takes a few minutes. And I am done. In fact, every beauty product I own fits into... Continue Reading →

The Magic of Minimalism, Decluttering & Letting Stuff GO!

There really is some sort of magic involved in minimalism, decluttering your home, your life, and your belongings. Learning to let things go and live with less. Clearing out stuff you don’t want, stuff you don’t need, stuff you’re holding onto, and stuff that is holding onto you. Recognizing what is really loved, valued, needed,... Continue Reading →

Preparing my Fall & Winter 10- Item Wardrobe

Fall is finally here. Which means it is time to start preparing my fall & winter 10- item wardrobe. In this post, I will show you the steps to take, as well as a process to follow, in order to help you build your own fall & winter 10-item wardrobe. If you read my previous... Continue Reading →

When it Comes to Clothing, Less is More. Bring on the 10-Item Wardrobe.

I’ve always been a shopper, especially when it came to clothes. I was constantly wanting, searching and buying new pieces. Hoping to get my look just right. Or fill some sort of void. My closet would get more packed, but I’d still feel like I had “nothing” to wear. Most items I purchased would get... Continue Reading →

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