Learning to Live with Less


I had the privilege of sharing a bit of my minimalism journey in the latest issue of Queen of the Castle. Check it out:

Maybe you can relate to a similar experience.

You spend hours, maybe even days, organizing the kids’ toys, your clothes, the hallway closet or the junk drawer in the kitchen. Everything has a place. An overwhelming sense of joy and peace overcomes you after tackling some of the biggest messes in your home. But then it happens. Life. Kids. The day-to-day grind of family, work, school, appointments and extracurriculars. And it can happen in only a few short days, maybe even hours. What was just an immaculately organized toy bin, closet or junk drawer has suddenly reverted to the complete and total mess it once was.

Ugh. All that hard work for nothing.  

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