My goodness it feels marvelous to get back to my minimalist way of life. After life exploded in March and April and with me finally coming to terms with our current situation, I was able to return to my form of minimalism. And it feels so damn good! My savings is back on track with … Continue reading Minimalist Adventures in May
It's official! The Beautiful Minimal Millennial is now on Instagram! While I personally do not have Facebook or Instagram, I realize that in order to grow my blog I need to get out there. I will be posting articles, never before seen pictures, and more. I just started posting this week so pop over to … Continue reading Social Media for BMM
Well, well, well. This past month has felt as if I'm living through a Stephen King novel where I'm getting chased by some creepy clown with a chainsaw down a dark alley wearing high heals. I really don't even know if Stephen King wrote a book about that but it feels like it could have … Continue reading Return to Minimalism
This past weekend I showed up at the parking lot of my new favorite trail. I wasn't expecting to see many people since it is fairly remote. Instead I found a couple horse trailers and a couple piles of horse poo. Running through the woods keeps you on the look out for deer, which are … Continue reading A Horse of Course along the Trail with a Heart Shaped Rock
Regardless if you purchase the book or borrow it from the library, one of the best ways to support your favorite authors is to review their books on Amazon and/or Goodreads. 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste by Kathryn Kellogg Found this book after listening to the Frugal Friends podcast Episode 103, How to live … Continue reading Book Review: 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste by Kathryn Kellogg
We are now about a month into this new norm of social distancing, practically cleared out social calendars, and a completely new normal. In the beginning I fought this change, then I got really upset and angry because my life changed without my consent, and now I accepted this is my new normal. However, what … Continue reading How Do You Plan the Future?
Over this past weekend, we had nice weather. Maybe the first nice weekend of spring. You know that kind of nice weather where everyone would want to do something just like the weeks leading up to Christmas. And my little introverted being would be like "can't I have an hour alone please?" Rather than being … Continue reading Power of Duct Tape