Category Archives: Minimalism

My Book Habit

As far as addictions are concerned, mine is both accessible and legal. It is generally socially acceptable, except on moving day when your nearest and dearest may start to feel more vindictive than understanding. You see, books are heavy. And … Continue reading

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Colorful Capsule Wardrobes

A colorful capsule wardrobe in action! (Photo by Sky Trombly) I hate wearing black and white. I know, I know, this is sort of minimalist blaspheme, but I can’t help it. I just don’t feel like myself when I am … Continue reading

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Discovering Your Style in Four Simple Steps

Though we may not be consciously aware of it, our society informs our clothing choices. What we select may not suit our tastes, our lifestyles, or our bodies, but what we see on our celebrities, our friends, or in our … Continue reading

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Free Yourself With a Capsule Wardrobe

I never thought that I’d be delving into the world of wardrobe design and fashion  – let alone writing about it! See, I was one of those awkward teenagers who made serious errors in judgment just about every time she … Continue reading

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A Minimalist Wardrobe (for Baby)

Most conventional weekly pregnancy updates contain a to-do list telling the expectant parents to buy this or that each week. New parents hope to have a baby shower to help curtail the costs of the expensive and expansive baby gear. … Continue reading

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A Minimalist Wardrobe (for a School-Aged Boy)

Decluttering a young boy’s closet is surprisingly easy and has many benefits. Some specific benefits for school-aged boys include: A curated closet contains tops and bottoms with the entire collection in mind. This gives a child a sense of autonomy … Continue reading

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Enough

The minimalist and Zero Waste movements intersect from the start. Béa Johnson, in her book: The Zero Waste Home, introduces the hierarchy of Zero Waste, known as the 5 R’s. The first two: “Refuse what you do not need” and … Continue reading

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