Category: minimalism

living with less: our zerowaste-ish lifestyle part one — bath and body

It’s hard to believe the progress we’ve made on the zero-waste front. A few weeks ago, we realized we hadn’t emptied the trash in a month (now going on two) and we’ve now joined the ranks of “those people” who bring their own containers for basically everything at the grocery store (Seriously, the deli manager

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2018: a simple year

Simplicity is an idea I’ve toyed with for a few years now. I’ve even gone so far as to complete a few significant purges, but the desire to consume — for a vast variety of reasons — was still there. And, the resulting behavior meant my closets, shelves, drawers, email inboxes, calendar and other spaces

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what I’m loving this week: a minimalized beauty routine (and the products that make is so)

As of recent, and mentioned in previous blog posts, the theme in our household is minimizing and simplifying — both as it pertains to stuff, as well as routines. Even┬ábefore my boyfriend fiance (!) came along, simplification had been an intention of┬ámine for about the past year or so and was put into the forefront

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