It's the time again where I do another no spend month. I like to do November usually because it sounds fun and cheesy; "NoSpendVember" Any who, My twins birthday is in November and I do set aside money for that. The point of a no spend month is to avoid unnecessary spending and to really … Continue reading No Spend [No]vember.
I have to admit I was a bit hesitant to post this. The person I was in a previously relationship had moved in with me (for about 80% of the time). I had JUST redefined my space to accommodate us as a "family of seven." It took me a few days to get the process started but eventually … Continue reading My Minimalist Home; Again.
School officially starts today for my oldest. I can't believe I have a first grader. Not sure why Kindergarten didn't hit me (probably because of Covid), but first grade is giving me all the sad feels. We did a bit of back to school shopping and I did some major labeling this past weekend as … Continue reading So It Begins.
So far summer has been it's been off to a great start. I've taken my kiddos to the pool at work (which is a fabulous perk).Having three on my own, the kiddie pool (2ft) is the only thing I can do with them. There is also a playground next to the pool so we have … Continue reading Summer So Far.
I had different intentions for today's post, but it lead me here. Over the weekend I had to reassess boundaries; not just with my ex but life in general. On Memorial Day every year, Crossfit gyms across the country do "Murph:" "Murph” is a CrossFit Hero WOD (Workout Of the Day) named after Navy Lieutenant … Continue reading Reset.
A few weeks ago I mentioned in a post that I got rid of my queen bed. While it did remind me of my ex-husband, it just didn't fit me. When I was younger and we moved into my "childhood" home, my mom bought me a day bed. I think I was used to that … Continue reading Redefining My Minimalist Home.
It hit me the other day... All this "being busy" that I threw myself into post divorce literally goes against who I am. As a minimalist, I try to focus on intentional living and not flooding my calendar. It's important to rest, recharge and reset. For almost a month I have done absolutely none of … Continue reading Slowing Down.
Last week we went exploring Osgood Pond.It's a small park area in my town where the kids can go for a walk, play soccer in the field and such.You can also fish in the pond, but we are not at that level - yet.;-)Lately, the weather has been gorgeous.We've been spending as much time outside … Continue reading Osgood Pond.
Last week, I took my three kiddos hiking at the Andres Institute of Art all on my own. I packed my bag, got my hiking boots on and dressed them up as warm as possible.It's a really great hiking spot for the kiddos because they get to see some pretty sweet art sculptures. It just makes it … Continue reading Hiking.
I've been thinking a lot about boundaries. Even since my cousin passed away in mid December (and then my grandmother in January), I let go of most boundaries with my children's father. I was pretty much a hot mess. I needed all the help I could get and I am very grateful that he was … Continue reading Boundaries.