I wasn’t very familiar with Diderot until I started becoming better acquainted with the minimalist approach to material possessions.
Tag Archives: Minimalism
8 Thoughtful Nuggets of Wisdom from “Things that Matter” by Joshua Becker
I had read Joshua Becker’s book, “The Minimalist Home” and was curious to find out whether “Things that Matter” delved deeper into the minimalist perspective.
Is minimalism in writing the best way to go?
the philosophy of “less is more”.
Thinking about minimalism, de-cluttering and boundaries
From my perspective, the desire to embrace a minimalist mindset and to pare down and de-clutter contains an underlying theme of our need to create and sustain new boundaries in relation to our belongings and the physical spaces we inhabit.
The joy of de-cluttering slowly
I love the idea of de-cluttering but then when it comes to the actual letting go of the object that I picked up and fell in love with 5 years ago, my resolve can crumble, even if I no longer use it.
6 ideas for updating your wardrobe without purchasing anything new (Fashion Friday)
Keeping a streamlined wardrobe with pieces that have longevity yet keeping your style current can be an enjoyable challenge for the creative within each of us.
How to stop overspending – one good strategy to consider
If you’re focused on simplifying and streamlining your spending, then consider adding this strategy to your tools for resisting the temptation to spend more than you’d like : >> Intentionally and proactively delay gratification. Use this mindset to avoid impulse buys and give yourself the time to pause and figure out if you actually wantContinue reading “How to stop overspending – one good strategy to consider”
How to add joy with color to your curated capsule wardrobe (Fashion Friday)
The joy that comes from having a wardrobe you love, even if it is a few select pieces, is not talked about often enough.
Attaining wardrobe peace – Staying away from prescriptive style formulas (Fashion Friday)
Yes! It is possible to get to wardrobe peace.