Category Archives: Minimalism

DON’T LABEL ME

A person doesn’t choose their gender, hair color, eye color, height, religion, etc. I’m going to relate this back to the jungle where aminals live. A place that remains beautiful and unharmed, yet we harm creatures for fun whether it is for self-pleasure or for food. These are gorgeous animals that share a lot of…




It begins with you

BayArt - New Perspective on Life

Now what if I was to tell you I needed five thousand dollars in a matter of a month’s time- a lot of people would say you are crazy. I also was one of those people. Let’s rewind some time back, to when times were bad, when days felt like prison, when I was lost…




Bah, Easter!

by Martha Maggio aka Crafty B/poopiemcgoo 🙂 I really hate holidays. As a recovering food addict and post-surgery weight loss patient, I really deep-down hate holidays. Food-centric, contortions of celebration. Self-righteous self-indulgence. Every shred of meaning gets licked off the dish of holiness. Holidays hold no restraint or significance; they’re orgies, not feasts. Birthdays, Valentine’s,…




Part 5 | Reset My Life … Self Awareness

Part 5 | Reset My Life … Self Awareness “Recalculating” Most of us instantly get annoyed when we are following the directions from a GPS and with a nasty tone a computer’s voice says “Recalculating.” Especially when we are short on time or felt like the entire trip was going smoothly until that point. As…




19 Minimalist Hacks To Maximize Your Life

19 Minimalist Hacks To Maximize Your Life

Space comes at a premium for most of us and sometimes organizing just isn’t enough. With these minimalist hacks, you’ll be able to maximize your space and get everything in order! Sometimes less is more and that is definitely the case with these simple ideas. Purge, don’t organize.  Organizing now means reorganizing later, again and…




Why Frugality Is So Liberating?

Why Frugality Is So Liberating?

“Frugality is one of the most beautiful and joyful words in the English language, and yet one that we are culturally cut off from understanding and enjoying. The consumption society has made us feel that happiness lies in having things, and has failed to teach us the happiness of not having things.” ― Elise Boulding…