The Ethics of Minimalism

Minimalism has recently skyrocketed in popularity, and there are many misconceptions floating around about just what minimalism entails. A few years ago, I never would have even considered minimalism. I thought that it was merely an aesthetic, and that to be a minimalist, one had to have a completely white home with hardly any furniture. … Continue reading The Ethics of Minimalism

Welcome to The Minimalist Homebody

Welcome to The Minimalist Homebody! I am so glad you stumbled upon this humble little space. I previously ran a Christian lifestyle blog with my name as the title (the first three posts were originally written on there), but I decided to transform my blog into a space that's all about living a minimalist lifestyle. … Continue reading Welcome to The Minimalist Homebody

5 Ways to be an Ethically Responsible Shopper

A few months ago I wrote a post on how to plan your wardrobe intentionally, but in doing so I feel like I missed out a lot of important points about shopping and materialism. Honestly, I've learned a lot since I wrote that post, and my views about clothing have changed even since then. I've … Continue reading 5 Ways to be an Ethically Responsible Shopper

7 Reasons I’m Pursuing Minimalism

I first became interested in minimalism a year or so ago. I have always been a hoarder and a naturally messy person, so when I discovered minimalism, I thought it sounded so freeing. When you have always had too much stuff and have never had a consistently clean room, you can easily begin to feel … Continue reading 7 Reasons I’m Pursuing Minimalism

How to Plan Your Wardrobe Intentionally

Recently I really got into the idea of living simply, and I think simplifying one's wardrobe is a key aspect of this sort of lifestyle. The main goal of minimalism and simple living is to stop worrying about material things so that you can focus on the things that really matter. While I think fashion is … Continue reading How to Plan Your Wardrobe Intentionally