What do you get for someone who has everything? Or, better yet, what do you get for someone who wants nothing? You want to buy your bestie something amazing, something meaningful for Christmas and then she breaks it to you: “I really don’t want anything, I’m on a minimalist journey in my life . . .
Hygge. It’s everywhere. Some call it the new minimalism, others call it a new way to be mindful. And then there’s the marketers that tell us we can have a hyggelig living room or an entire hyggelig home. I even own The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well. It’s easy to be confused about . . .
Heya chic, simple living folk, how have you been? I’m back from California all refreshed and reset - and you know what? I feel amazing. Sure, I would have loved to stay in Vitamin D land, but it’s back to chilly Toronto for this gal and getting back into blogging gear. I have so many new ideas I . . .
It was two years ago when I made my first real, or what I thought, was a real attempt at simplifying and decluttering. I thought, “I’m doing this minimalism thing. I crave simplicity. I can’t stand all this crap surrounding me. It’s gotta go.” So I dove in. Head first. Right into the deep end of . . .