Self Care February was certainly a great idea. I finally went to physical therapy and found out that I have plantar fasciitis issues. Truthfully it's been bothering me for two years but I kept thinking it was everything but plantar fasciitis. In the spirit of Self Care February, I took on the challenge of figuring … Continue reading 2020 Theme: Nearing the end of Self Care February
I don't know about you, but winter is not my favorite time of year when I can't get outside. Today's weather was a pleasant surprise of 50 degrees. Back to our front porch with a jacket and blanket for some more porch reading.
Part of my 20 for 2020 goals is to read at least 5 fiction books. If you look back at my prior blog posts or read about my top books that spark joy, you can see that I tend to read more self-improvement/ minimalism books. With a little help from my local library, I should … Continue reading Challenge from My Local Library
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Five star all the way! Who this book is for? Those that think that they must keep a magazine worthy home. Those that think rain or sunshine are always reasons to clean. Those who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed doing all the things. Those who think their household chore list is off balance. Anyone … Continue reading Book Review: Phyllis Diller’s Housekeeping Hints
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. https://unsplash.com/photos/wsMwDxF8SKA There is white space in my days… well … Continue reading Why I Love Minimalism
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
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