I’m used to working from home a couple days a week, but this feels different for me too. Because it's not really "working from home." It's being at home while big global events are happening and it's not safe to do things you normally do...and trying to do your normal work.
I aspire to be a person who goes to sleep with zero unread emails every day. It doesn’t always happen that way, because I’ll end up saving something as a to-do and then before you know it, that little red bubble on my phone says I’m slowly piling up emails again. But I need these. … Continue reading How I Check My Email to Be a Better Writer
Hey friends! This week's post is a guest blog from Johanna Cider of Musings of Johanna. Is your workspace causing you stress? Your physical environment at work can affect your mood, focus and productivity. If your workspace is elevating your stress levels, it’s important to make some changes. Taking time to create calm in your … Continue reading Simple Ways to Create Calm in Your Workspace
Happy New Year! At a time when most of us are plotting the course to become a Totally New Me, I'd like to remind you all that you are doing great already. You're enough, just as you are, and you don't need to lose 50 pounds or get a boyfriend or achieve a certain level … Continue reading 21 New Years Resolutions for Minimalists
I recently declared "I want to do a photo tour of my apartment, once I clean it and purge everything I haven't used in the last six months." Guess what? Yep. Cleaning marathon. I spent about eight hours cleaning my apartment, assembling all my to-purge items in a big "organized" pile, rearranging my living room, … Continue reading Welcome to my home!
I have a little buyer's remorse over the purchase of two end tables at a yard sale over the past weekend. However, I have talked myself around to them for a few reasons: They are more functional for my needs as a bedside table than the storage ottomans I had been using, which were not … Continue reading Furniture limits