Posts Tagged ‘minimalism’

Book Suggestion: Minimalist Parenting

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A good book for parents who want to figure out how to slow down while still living a modern life.

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It’s Time to Feel Beautiful Again

moving on

An elaborate justification for future shopping trips.

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It’s Not Minimialism; It’s Gratitude

Instead of buying a new set of dishes, we decided to use my Nana's china every day.

My acts of minimalism – or frugality, as the case may be – are about cultivating a life of gratitude.

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Trying to Live Simply in A Real Home

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I sort of backed into minimalism as a means to happiness. Before hitting the road last summer, we sold most of our possessions in order to raise money for our trip and eliminate the need to pay for storage while we traveled. In the process, I discovered and frequently espoused the benefits of owning less […]

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What Will We Do When We Have All The Stuff?

for the person who has everything

My 12-year old son wants nothing for Christmas. Well, he wants a few things: a gift card maybe to Barnes & Noble or GameStop, although he has plenty of money in his savings account to buy books and games; a new bike, although he is happy riding the one he has; new shoes, and this […]

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