I consume a maximalist amount of minimalist content for someone that owns and wants to keep owning the average amount of stuff. That doesn’t mean I don’t have thoughts that I want to share with the internet about it. I will try to avoiding using the term “minimalism journey” or use that one William Morris quote as I share book reviews, decluttering adventures and more.

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REVIEW: Get Organized HQ Virtual Conference 2022

A couple weeks back was the Get Organized HQ virtual conference hosted by Get Organized HQ. I didn’t know much about this organization, but I saw Erica Lucas, Ashlynne Eaton mention it on their YouTube community tabs. It was free, so I thought I would give it a shot. About the Conference and…

Inbound vs Outbound #24 – August 2022

The point of this article is to see what I’ve purchased versus what I’ve decluttered in the past month. The ultimate goal is to see if over time, I’m bringing more into my life than taking out. Also, I’m looking to see if the things I do bring in are adding more value…

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8 Ways to Make Your Clothes Last Longer

Textile waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world. The main factor is due to overproduction of clothing, primarily by fast-fashion clothing brands, who are overproducing because there’s “demand” for it by consumers. One person may not be able to force large corporations to stop creating so much textile…

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BOOK REVIEW: The Afrominimalist’s Guide to Living with Less by Christine Platt

I found out about this book while scrolling through Shira Gill’s website when I was writing the review for Minimalista (review here) and in the sea of basic white lady testimonials, I saw someone new; Christine Platt, the author of The Afrominimalist’s Guide to Living with Less. The audiobook was available at the…

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