A Simple Approach to Living With Less

Clutterers Anonymous: Are You a Clutterer?

Little did I know when I wrote yesterday’s post about no longer denying your clutter, that there was actually an organization called “Clutterers Anonymous.” The purpose of Clutterers Anonymous is to “stop cluttering one day at a time.” If you’re not sure clutter is a problem for you, take a moment to answer the questions […]

Frozen Feet, a Thankful Heart, and a Listening Ear

Like much of America, we have had some insane winter weather here in Georgia. It has been nearly a solid week that we have been iced in. Yep, not snowed in. . .literally iced in. Our half-mile driveway is completely impassible. So we have been hibernating by the fire, cooking up some homemade goodies, and […]

New Practical Minimalism Series

Today is the release of my new Practical Minimalism Series on Amazon! The Practical Minimalism Series is taken from the archive of posts here at Minimalist at Home. The most visited page here on my site is my archives page. But I know from experience that it can be overwhelming trying to weed through nearly […]

Simple Fantasies

Most of the time I enjoy living in a household of 10 people. It’s warm and friendly and life carries this built in sense of cooperation with it. But there are some days when I dream of a different life. I have this fantasy about what life would be like as a traveling homeschool family […]

Simple Beauty with Simple Photography

I absolutely love how photography tells a story. It is true that images can capture thoughts and feelings in an instant that words often fail to adequately express. One of my favorite parts of writing this blog is taking the time to find the perfect image for every post. I have filled my new book with images because I love how each one adds depth to the writing.