Intentional Momming (Part 1): Technology & Social Media

Do you ever find yourself staring at your phone mindlessly? Scrolling through social media posts, with no real end goal in mind? Do you look at your phone for so long that you start to realize that you're not even enjoying it, and nothing you're reading is important? Or maybe it was important the first … Continue reading Intentional Momming (Part 1): Technology & Social Media

Working Mom Guilt: The Lie we Tell Ourselves

Yesterday morning was one of those mornings in our house. Isaiah woke up very cranky, very clingy, and way too early. Typically, he sleeps until I’m about ready for work. If he wakes up a few minutes early, he can normally entertain himself in his crib until I pick him up. But not this time. I … Continue reading Working Mom Guilt: The Lie we Tell Ourselves

The Minimalist Shopaholic

It’s clear by now that I’m a big fan of the minimal lifestyle. I fundamentally believe that owning less makes cleaning/organizing less of a chore, which can make life happy. Additionally, having less to maintain and keep up with forces you to be intentional about what you own. Minimalism causes you to create an environment … Continue reading The Minimalist Shopaholic

My Minimalist Closet: The Why and How

When you hear the terms 'capsule wardrobe' or 'minimal closet' do you roll your eyes? I was with you for a long time; paring down on my clothes was the least appealing thing in the world to me. Especially when I was postpartum and I was in unfamiliar sizes and couldn't tell what I would … Continue reading My Minimalist Closet: The Why and How