The sustainable minimalists

Let’s talk about eco-friendly decluttering and how to set boundaries with older generations who give us way too much stuff.

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Wishcycling: how to mindfully declutter

We often overestimate what is recycled, aka wishcycling. We believe the solution to overconsumption is just more efficient recycling

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How to survive holiday consumerism

Tis the season to be jolly, and also pressured into consumerism. Now, don’t get me wrong. I love to give gifts. I’d even say it’s one of my top love languages. As a mother of 5 children though I have learn how to survive holiday consumerism with my ego, wallet and sanity in tact.

Have you ever been the recipient of someone else's clutter? Often we have good intentions that take a wrong turn. Learn how to declutter your home, and get this free decluttering guide and decluttering checklist inside!
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How to mindfully declutter your stuff

Have you ever been the recipient of someone else’s clutter? Often we have good intentions that take a wrong turn.

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Thrift store shopping tips!!

Thrift stores are fun, but were the source of much of my clutter. Learn how to enjoy thrifting AND avoid the clutter.

Simplified baby gear!
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Simplified baby gear!

I don’t know about you , but the more kids I have the less stuff I seem to be able to manage. Learn the essentials of baby gear.

Decluttering is not wasteful - here is what is
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Decluttering is not wasteful: here is what is

NOT decluttering is actually more wasteful than decluttering – because when you declutter you are being brave and bold enough to actually look at your consumption habits and past shortcomings and realizing that you don’t actually have a problem of not enough, but a problem of too much.