I know that so many people are huge fans of Spring cleaning, but if I’m being real I need more than one season to clean and clear the clutter from my house. My declutter season is basically every single day of the year, not just in spring. It always helps for me to make a list at the start, then work my way down it so that I can keep track of the progress I’m making, and actually make progress instead of taking my sweet time. In case you can’t tell by my massive closet cleanout, I’ve started in on my Fall declutter checklist and can’t wait to finish it up. Today I’m sharing a free printable and 10 simple tips you can use or alter for your routine and home.Read More
Living in the San Francisco Bay Area has it’s perks, I’m surrounded by a bustling city full of culture and never-ending beautiful landscapes as well. Another perk that is less talked is the Earth-friendly like-mindedness that I am constantly surrounded by. From banning plastic shopping bags at the supermarket to San Francisco’s Zero-Waste by 2020 goal, I’m proud of the progress we’re making. Today I’ve partnered with SF Environment’s Real Foodies Compost to share 5 steps to simple composting. I know it’s not a popular topic, but hear me out: it’s easy, effortless, and good for the future of our planet (a.k.a. us!)Read More
For the last few years (ok, more like six), I’ve been trying to read and finish the book Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne and Lisa M. Ross. It’s about simplifying you and your child’s life for the better. Every time I’ve tried to read it something happens where I stop and am not able to pick it up again, so I’m excited to say that I was finally able to finish it.
Spoiler alert! I’m sharing the best lessons in simple parenting that I learned from this book. That means that if you don’t want to read anything that might be in the book, don’t read on until you have read it yourself. Though I do not include all of the information from the book so if you’re on the fence, read on.Read More