I love reading, writing, puppy snuggles, running, family walks, and all things beautiful and minimal.  I am a millennial that hates paper napkins, waste, and what else did millennials kill?  I grew up without cell phones and telling time by church bells and street lights.  Avocados, yoga, and meditation are my thing.  I love experiences over stuff. 

Why I Love Minimalism

I love making lists.  Lists are the most perfect way for me to show what is going on and keeping organized.  Lists might not be for you and that is totally ok.  But here is a list of my Top 10 Reasons Why I Love Minimalism.  There is white space in my days… well I … Continue reading Why I Love Minimalism

Happy One Year Anniversary to the Beautiful Minimal Millennial

This little blog called the Beautiful Minimal Millennial is celebrating its first anniversary. I started this blog to keep me honest with my spending habits and help me build better money habits. I will be honest, growing up I remember two financial phases. The first phase was frugal, coupon clipping, and watching every penny come … Continue reading Happy One Year Anniversary to the Beautiful Minimal Millennial

Mini February Theme: Self-Care

Part of cutting back on the unrealistic and insane cleaning narratives, a door opened for me to spend time giving myself some much-needed self-care.  While attempting to give myself self-care during my second no-spend year could be challenging, I came up with 5 frugal and some free ideas.  Just like Jonathan Fields described in his … Continue reading Mini February Theme: Self-Care

Book Review: Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope by Mark Manson

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Wow.  If you are looking for a book that makes you question everything (literally everything), then this is the book for you.  The book has lots of information from Kant and other philosophers with excellent and well researched thoughts.  It questions everything like money, religion, forms of government.  The explanation about the blue dot study … Continue reading Book Review: Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope by Mark Manson

January 2020 No Spend Recap

The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot. – Michael Altshuler Earlier this year I posted about having a list of 20 for 2020 items or mini resolutions for 2020.  Here is an update on my 20 for 2020 progress.  CREATE – My professional Theme for 2020 Attend a meditation workshop … Continue reading January 2020 No Spend Recap

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