Minimalism Books! So you’re thinking about changing your lifestyle a bit? Simplifying it? Or maybe going the whole hog and becoming a ‘minimalist’? I know that when I first toyed with the idea of minimalism, I was seeking advice – methods, proven results, what to expect. Here are 8 books to help you onto your journey.
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We’ve been that typical family – overrun and overwhelmed with expectations and activities. Once we cleared the calendar, invited in some blank space to our lives, and found our family rhythm things got a lot easier! Read on to find out how we Discovered the Magic of a Family Rhythm.
It’s so easy to get caught up in the busyness of life – days, weeks, months pass by without us really realising. Creating a family rhythm can help you slow down life, be more mindful and present in the moment. Click through to read how to create your own!
Are you feeling overrun with toys? I have been there and can absolutely help you to get back to baseline. Read on to find out the easiest and quickest ways to declutter your kids toys.
So you’re thinking about altering your lifestyle and becoming more minimal? Read on and I’ll share with you 6 amazing benefits of living as a minimalist family.
I know what you’re thinking… BORING! Right? Ok, I’ll admit that I am slightly Type A… but not to the point of rigidity (LOL) and aside from that, I do wholeheartedly believe that living an organised life doesn’t have to mean living a boring life. If anything, it’s quite the opposite: living an organised life generally equates to living more efficiently and having the time to be present and enjoy.
So you may be wondering, how do I start manifesting? Well, the thing is you already are! We are always manifesting, whether we are consciously aware of it or not. Ever heard of the saying – “what you think about, you bring about”? Another one, from my favourite book (The Art of Racing in the Rain) is “the car goes in the direction of your eyes.” So it boils down to this: our thoughts create our reality. They actually do.
Straight up, the first thing that prevents you from living the life you want – rather than the life that is expected of you – is that you don’t know what you really want.
Stop and think about it. Have you sat down and truly thought about what you want from life? Have you ever defined or gained clarity on what is truly important to you?