Weekend Wisdom: “You are not the work you do; you are the person you are.” – Toni Morrison
Less is not nothing.
There isn’t a best way to do simplicity, or a way that minimalism should look in your home. It depends on your lifestyle and what you choose to surround yourself with.
The point is that you get to choose. Simplifying your clutter, your calendar and your life overall invites you to choose, to say, “This matters to me, so I’m making room for it.”
Ok … onto the favorites:
If you are tired, here’s a playlist to help you rest.
How to support the Asian-American Community.
I would really like to eat this.
Everything you wanted to know about spring cleaning.
This time last year, I wrote this.
A little slice of what simplicity looks like for me.
If you are wondering how to deal with a small kitchen, listen to this.
An interesting argument for pen and paper.
Ohhh, I am definitely going to try this houseplant care trick.
10 rules to help you live with less stuff (not what you think)
I probably won’t decorate Easter eggs but if I did, here’s what they’d look like.
I want to put this on everything.
If you are burnt out and unmotivated, watch this.
The case for Friday night chores.
If you want to be happy, you don’t need these 10 things.
Books I want to read that are available now or coming out soon!
- The Afrominimalist’s Guide To Living With Less
- 1000+ Little Habits of Happy, Successful Relationships
- The Full Spirit Workout
- After The Rain
- Set Boundaries Find Peace
- Simply Julia
- How to Lose Everything
I hope you enjoy this edition of Weekend Favorites and have a beautiful, safe, healthy, loving weekend.
P.S. A new season of minimalist fashion challenge, Project 333 begins on April 1st. Learn more here.