A WARDROBE AUDIT

Since spring has been in full swing recently, giving your wardrobe a thorough audit is the best way to kick-start your spring cleaning and refresh your wardrobe just in time for the warmer months. A wardrobe audit is more than just another decluttering session, it’s about reflecting on the current state of your wardrobe and … Continue reading A WARDROBE AUDIT

ENOUGH

As I’m well into my fourth month of my journey towards minimalism and curating a more meaningful life, I’ve pretty much gotten past the point of physical decluttering and have wandered into the uncharted territory of my mental clutter. And recently, the word “enough” has been floating around in my mind. Why do we tailor … Continue reading ENOUGH

SAVING & SPENDING: BEING INTENTIONAL WITH YOUR MONEY

One of the many issues with today’s consumer culture is that we aren’t being intentional with our money. Over time we’ve become accustomed to spending; we’ve made it a habit. I’m not talking about paying for gas and groceries every week. Allocating money to your needs is just basic survival. I’m talking about compulsory spending. … Continue reading SAVING & SPENDING: BEING INTENTIONAL WITH YOUR MONEY