Hello readers! I recently recorded a Meet the Author talk at a local library. It was so much fun and I loved being able to add a little more about current events that obviously weren't covered in the book that was published a little over a year ago. You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TCjBlzc7PA … Continue reading [Transcript] Lakewood Public Library Author Talk: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation
"This book validates everything that myself and other millennials have been through. The advice is solid and will definitely help anyone with surviving what the world has to offer." "This is a book for modern PEOPLE, not just millennials. Understanding humanity is a great and daunting process. This book provided me deep understanding on multiple … Continue reading Can You Change Your Life for Only $12?
Part of being a good writer is being a good reader After what can only be described as voracious reading of fiction and fantasy as a child, I lost reading for pleasure as an adult and switched only to “productive” reading. Self help. Motivation. Business building. Personal development. After several years, I let myself read … Continue reading The 9 Books That Defined My 2019
I write more about social issues, trauma recovery, and self care these days than my original days of decluttering and minimizing my space, but I'm still a minimalist at heart and in practice so I am thrilled to share with you an absolute steal of a deal if you're an aspiring minimalist! The Simple Bundle is … Continue reading The Simple Bundle: 17 Minimalist ebooks available this weekend only!
Everybody has the aha! moment that starts their journey to minimalism. For me, it was a basement full of stuff at my mom's house after my first divorce. For some, it's knowing there's a pizza cutter somewhere in the kitchen but being absolutely unable to find it in all the chaos. For Joshua Becker, it was when … Continue reading Book Review: The Minimalist Home by Joshua Becker
It's been a while since I did a post on decluttering and minimalism, and I am so excited to give a rave review of Dana K. White's book Decluttering at the Speed of Life. I downloaded it using the Hoopla app (which lets you use your library card to borrow six titles per month for FREE) and … Continue reading Book Review: Decluttering at the Speed of Life
My “just in case” items turned out to be unnecessary, as I did not lose power or any other utilities when Hurricane Sandy reached a rainy, stormy arm over Ohio – except for my internet. The power was out in the town where I work, so I had an unexpected day off. How great, I … Continue reading Book review: Eat, Pray, Love
While I was decluttering myself of half my possessions in the depths of my mother's basement, my sister was doing likewise to prepare for our upcoming yardsale. Ironically, my decluttering and newfound minimalism resulted in me picking up some of the things she was going through, including a couple of books that caught my eye. … Continue reading Book review: Scratch Beginnings