Posts Tagged ‘minimalism’

Support Hive | a minimalist approach to friends

A Support Hive is a minimalist approach to friends.  Minimalism is a mindset that believes less is more, and recognizes quality over quantity, and this applies to friends too.  A Support Hive are those people in your life who are 100% rooting for you to live your happiest life. 

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One Size Does Not Fit All

Several people have asked for an update on our big, small move.  It is important to point out that one size does not fit all.  My size is not your size.  Nor am I writing this to judge your size or suggest a size for you.  My intention for myself and in sharing my story is that we all may be more mindful of our size. Read the rest of this entry »


Stronger Roots | yoga for the grounded gardener

yoga on the rocksI have briefly mentioned my introduction of yoga into my daily Blisscipline, and decided to share a little more of what I have discovered.  Yoga is the equisential model of less is more.  Quite literally, you need nothing except yourself and your breath.  It is the minimalist’s muscle of health and fitness:  less equipment, less movement, less thought for more balance, more strength, more well-being. Read the rest of this entry »


Live Simply & Abundantly

The power of less credits the freedom from stuff with the joy of being.  Living simply and abundantly is consciously choosing to weed out the unimportant, so the garden can grow. Read the rest of this entry »