Brittany is an Arizona mother of two who documents her journey through “simplicity, frugality, slowing down and all other things less.” She’s discovered that having less means more energy and time.
Her blog touches on topics from solitude and silence to her experiences with shopping bans. There are also reflections on camping, minimalism and the outdoors.
One Thing at a Time Does multi-tasking ever add value? Your to-do lists don’t define you, and instead of being overwhelmed you should focus on doing one thing at a time – and doing it well with your full attention.
Regaining Creativity Eliminating screen time, answering all your child’s questions and giving them more autonomy encourages them to get creative instead of constantly seeking approval or looking for entertainment.
With an audience of some 20 million people, a series of books and a Netflix documentary, Joshua and Ryan are the godfathers of the modern minimalist movement.
They’re also the duo behind one of the top minimalism blogs.
They’ve inspired thousands by walking away from their corporate careers towards more meaningful lives. And they shed plenty of clutter and emotional baggage along the way.
Their blog is a well-rounded guide to slimming down all facets of your life from relationships, goals and decision-making to health. Their essays are great examples of how minimalism goes beyond clean aesthetics and home decor.
Nightmares of a Perfectionist Perfectionism is futile, yet it can haunt you in everything you do from writing a perfectly-crafted story to going after your ideal relationship or career.
The UnAmerican Dream The suburban home, the luxury car, and the corner office are all part of the American dream. But they come at a price.
While moving across country from California to the Pacific Northwest, Julianna realised how much clutter she’d accumulated. This lead her into minimalism and making more time for her daughters.
How to have a more relaxing vacation If you don’t want to come back home more exhausted than you left, book ahead and honor your personality on vacation. Don’t overplan and be patient when the unexpected strikes.
Leo Babauta’s popular blog offers insights on mindfulness and simplicity in short and engaging essays.
His writing is a fresh perspective on changing your habits.
A father of six living in California, Babauta quit smoking in 2005. Then he added more new habits that eventually revolutionized his life. He shares his simple methods in what’s one of my favorite slow living and minimalism blogs.