Are you concerned about boredom, loneliness, anxiety or depression during your COVID-19 self-isolation? Here are a few tips to remain upbeat.
There is no one right way to live a minimalist life. Learn how this Kiwi woman overcame food intolerances to create a healthier, happier life.
Want to gift something truly meaningful that is appreciated by those on the receiving end? Gift like a minimalist with these gift ideas.
Podcasts are a great source of inspiration. Check out our favorites on happiness, minimalism, simple living and like-minded philosophies.
Weddings all too often cause anxiety and lead to debt. You can have an amazing wedding without breaking a sweat or the bank. We show you how.
Do you know if what you wear is sustainably and ethically made? Not sure? Learn here how to find out more about your stuff. It’s eye-opening.
Looking for inspiration to live more with less? Here is our list of documentaries about minimalism, simple living, less waste and more.
Want to live the van life and wonder what to buy for/pack into your campervan? Here are all the essentials you need…
Planning to buy or fit out a campervan? Whatever your budget, learn here what key components to consider before you hand over the cash.
Do you travel long-term/full-time (without fixed abode)? Find out here (how to still have an address) and what to do with your physical mail.
Not sure what to do with your old photos and documents? Make space in your home and preserve your mementoes with our step-by-step guide.
Feeling the pressure these holidays? Why not gift differently? It could be a win for everyone – you, the people in your life and our environment.
We are often afraid to change our lives, for fear of the unknown. Is it worth taking risks or make certain choices, like travelling long-term, affect your career prospects detrimentally?
If you thought you can’t adopt minimalism because you have kids, maybe this guest article can encourage you to rethink and start your own journey to minimalism
Have you ever wondered whether Minimalism could improve your life? We believe it can, and we share our view on how to go about it.
We gave up what we knew and took a leap into the unknown. Learn here why we chose this path and what it meant to our happiness.
07 May 2017 marks the 10th anniversary since two policemen took me to a mental health hospital where I stayed for 19 nights. I wrote a personal letter to my former self 10 years ago that I want to share with you.
As humans, we can all live without most things. We just don’t choose to. So maybe this post title should really be ‘Ten things I don’t WANT to live without.’ Coffee and my morning run are just two items on the list.
What are yours?
Our commitment statement states ‘We are aware that our language of love is different. At times, we will attempt to speak the other’s language, at other times we ‘just’ acknowledge each other’s love in our own language.’ Guess what our love languages are.
As human beings, we all have our own values, beliefs and attitudes that we have developed throughout the course of our lives. When Sandra and I met, first as friends, we identified core values that were important to both of us. What do you hold true?