The truth is I used to have many pieces of clothing that I never got around to wearing very often. I would buy a lot of clothes during the year, only to end up giving them away by the end of it. It makes me think back to how much I could of saved if … Continue reading How To Embrace Minimalism In Your Closet
If we go back in time, I was 14 when I started my first job at a cafe, and this meant taking responsibility for buying some of my own things. As a country girl, we would go into the city 2-4 times a month. I remember feeling satisfied with being able to buy my own … Continue reading A Minimalists Journey In Fashion And Lifestyle
Sara Donaldson from Harper & Harley was one of the first bloggers I discovered several years ago, and as someone who wears black most of the time, I could relate to her minimal style. Sara wears a colour palette of mainly black, white, grey, camel and denim. She has a minimal style that reflects and shows … Continue reading Style File: Sara Donaldson From Harper & Harley
It's been such a lovely week, even through all the windy days and umbrellas going inside out. It's the kind where you walk around feeling your mind smiling because even though it's cold there's a certain positive feeling inside of you that you can't quite explain. Even when they're days where I felt a bit … Continue reading How Would You Describe Your Personal Style?
Minimalism may leave one thinking of a Zen garden or a spacious room. Over the years, I've decluttered and cleaned out many things that are not needed, or only take up space. They no longer serve a purpose, and are often a piece of paper with a note or a pair of shoes that you … Continue reading The Art Of Minimalism And Letting Go Of Materials
If I could wrap up this book as simply as possible, I would say that it was truly inspiring, enlightening and gives us a pinch of a reminder for what we already know deep inside. Living life each day is an experience that all 7 billion of us have. If you have ever questioned "What is the meaning … Continue reading Book Review: L’art de la Simplicité
I was reading an article this morning from womankind, which really spoke to me, and made me reflect on the question of "How much do we really need?". I recently purchased a book called How to live more with less, because minimalism has always been something I value when it comes to living a more … Continue reading Minimalism: Living Life With Less Things