Monthly Archives: February 2011

A Call to Normalcy

My husband and I had huge plans. We announced to our family in the fall of 2010┬áthat we were going to be leaving Denver in April to vagabond around the country. We were in a transition phase in life; the … Continue reading

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Living Life as an Adventure

Pocahontas has always been my favorite Disney Princess. Beyond the fact that I am part Native American and every little girl identifies with the princess they most look like, I love Pocahontas’ zest for life. I have always been that … Continue reading

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Minimalism Defined

I believe that minimalism is a lifestyle, a choice made that affects everything you do. You can’t do it half-way and you definitely cannot own so little without it affecting your heart and mind. That being said, I also know … Continue reading

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Free Resources You Need to Know About

When I first started getting into minimalism, I thought I was the only one who lived such a different life. My father-in-law emailed me an article from the New York Times and I discovered a whole online community of people … Continue reading

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