A Simple Approach to Living With Less

Progress Does Not Equal Perfection

I have a confession to make. I'm not very good at changing. Next week I'll turn 34 and while I have many things I want to change about my life, I'm not making the kind of progress I had hoped for. One of the things I have learned in my almost 34 … [Continue reading]

Clean It Up…or…Clean It Out

One of my major motivations for choosing minimalism was the realization that I spend a lot of my time cleaning up the same messes over and over again. I see the same toys on the floor, the same catalogs no one is looking at, the same drink coasters … [Continue reading]

Minimalism, Mind Reading, and Looking for Feedback

Communication....it's the foundation of all good relationships. It sounds simple, but it's easy to forget. I often find myself getting wrapped up in my own thoughts, deciding my own game plan for life, and I forget to run things by anyone else. If … [Continue reading]

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 … [Continue reading]

Attack the Linen Closet

For nearly a week I have been looking at two giant boxes marked “Linen Closet” on them with no clue of where I was going to put all of their contents. Yesterday I decided enough was enough and I dove in. Linen closets crammed beyond capacity are so … [Continue reading]