Posts Tagged ‘minimalism’

Decluttering Your Space: How to Create a Clutter-Free Home

With our hectic schedules, we all let our home go astray from time to time. Create a clutter-free home with these quick and easy decluttering tips! Hands up if this is the year you’ve promised yourself you’re finally getting organized? If your hand is up, you’re not alone. The discussion around the dangers of living…

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Tiny HOME Tour of America

A Tiny House Expedition & Home State Apparel Collaboration What defines home for each of us is incredibly personal and more often than not comes from a place of love. Home represents a beautiful spectrum of meanings. Each meaning is valid. Nothing is more intimate than one’s home—  a place, a structure, a feeling, a state…

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Mindful Holiday Giving: Lessons from Burning Man

Think Big, Shop Small & Give Joyfully ‘Tis the season to shop. For us, tiny space dwellers and minimalists, ’tis the season of focusing more of our energy on the things that matter, those we care about and the joy of holiday experiences. Just the thought of walking through elaborate light displays with family and…

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Is Tiny Living the Ultimate Expression of Individualism?

Those of us who have embraced tiny living know that a change of perspective is key to finding personal freedom. in·di·vid·u·al·ism 1. the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant 2. a social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals over collective Living in the United States is all about an individualistic way of…

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Intentional Shopping

Despite being minimalists, Christian and I really enjoy shopping. Intentional shopping, that is! Black Friday is upon us. On this annual celebration of consumerism, we encourage you to practice shopping with intention. Guaranteed to be a meaningful experience. Black Friday is the always a dark day of the year when hordes of shoppers descend upon…

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