In a previous post, I mentioned having some changes to my schedule. What I didn't mention, is that a good chunk of these changes in my schedule have been happening due to my schedule changing with the kids. Wow, that was a mouthful. I'll just be honest and say, the first week of the change … Continue reading Change: Part II.
I've been giving a lot of thought to how my workouts have changed over the last few weeks. I've been focusing more on yoga [and other bodyweight exercises] as well as going back to my Strength + HIIT E-Guide. As I've been going through the guide, I find myself modifying or removing some moves to … Continue reading Less.
I've been feeling a huge shift in priories lately.Between my knee issues and reading "Love People, Use Things," I really wanted to shift the majority of my focus to my what matters most. Life feels good (obviously physically is a different story).Sometimes it takes something "drastic" change, if you will, to reset your priorities. Since reading … Continue reading Priority Shift.
This year, I used 80% of my tax refund to pay off debt. Now, I know this isn't something everyone can do but this is the first time I've been able to do this. For the past two tax returns I've had to catch up on bills/ pay off debt that my ex-husband had accumulated. … Continue reading Intentional Spending.
In the past couple of weeks, I've taken down my social media consumption. I found that I was scrolling mindlessly on Instagram way too often. I wanted to focus on things that mattered more to me, especially as the weather is getting nicer. Focusing more on the kids, fitness and friends. I think we all … Continue reading Social Media Detox.
It's been quite a while since I've updated my morning routine. In my last post, I shared FIVE habits that have allowed me to live a more simple lifestyle. One of those habits? Building a morning routine. I wanted to update my current morning routine as my kids are much older and we also have … Continue reading Morning Routine.
Habits can be difficult. But if you are consistent and set your mind to it, you can accomplish ANYTHING. For today's post, I wanted to share FIVE habits that have helped me live a more simple lifestyle as a minimalist mom of three. I was inspired by Michelle Reed for this post, one of my … Continue reading FIVE Habits.
I've been on a declutter kick ever since the Minimalist "game" ended for me. Since then I probably got rid of 40 more items and began to declutter some spaces in my house that were clutter magnets. My desk was originally in my bedroom. I found that not only was I was more on the … Continue reading Declutter.
For today's post, I am recapping my results on the Minimalist Game. I do want to mention something that I have before; don't feel like you HAVE to complete all 30 days. Don't just get rid of things just to make it to the end. If you feel you've decluttered enough by day 21, then … Continue reading Minimalist Game Results.
A few weeks ago, I opted to do the Minimalist Game. Again. You know the 30 day game where you get rid of one thing on day ONE, two things on day TWO and so forth. The total by the end is almost 500 items. I started and managed to get up to day four … Continue reading The Minimalist Game.