There are so many benefits of living in a digital world where we carry pretty amazing cameras in our back pockets. But rather than hand down your device to your grown child full of their memories, I think it’s worth the time and energy to make tangible photo books each year that can be shared and re-lived over and over.
My husband and I watched one episode of tidying up with Marie Kondo, completed the tasks in that episode, then repeated for the entire season. It took us a couple weeks to complete.
Minimalism can be a loaded term in our culture. It’s not about austerity or living with as few possessions as possible. For me, it’s meant inner peace, learning to be a mindful consumer, and teaching my children how blessed we are to truly have enough.
Trying to find my “brain dump” notes on my phone was one of the things I disliked the most about tracking things digitally. If a bullet journal was going to work, I needed to be able to find each section easily without thumbing through the whole notebook.
I love online shopping. Amazon and I have a very close relationship. But a side effect of all that convenience is what feels like an endless pile of cardboard boxes. When everything from toilet paper to Christmas presents arrives on my...
A new year is coming, which means it's time for a new planner! YAYAYAY! Is there anything better than opening up a new planner full of opportunities and fresh starts?! Below is a list of some of our favorite paper planners, digital planners, and planner accessories.
While big fans of our usual fried rice, my kids like to get creative, and as such we have made several variations of fried rice, using different flavor profiles.