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Inside: A Soulful Simplicity book excerpt! Read a short excerpt from the new book, Soulful Simplicity, How Living with Less Can Lead to So Much More.
One of my biggest role models in the simple living and minimalism world is Courtney Carver from Be More With Less. Her blog was one of the first blogs that I read when I started learning about simplifying my life. Her posts are so genuine and knowledgeable and she is full of nothing but support for the newbies out there!
Inside: Learn about 3 meditation goals I am working on during February.
For 2018 I chose one word (BREATHE) to focus on and learn ways to integrate the word into my life.
To add to my one word, I am selecting a different mini goal or challenge to focus on each month. Need to catch up? Read this post to learn about why I am focusing on just one simplicity challenge, goal, or habit each month.
Inside: Learn about why I am doing a reading challenge this year and the 12 books I have chosen.
Growing up I was NOT one of those bookworms curled up on a couch or under the covers with a book and a flashlight.
Don’t get me wrong, I liked books and the stories they contained, but I felt like it took me forever to get through a chapter book and I could never keep up with my friends.
Inside: Learn about 10 ways to prevent clutter creep in your home. Download your free decluttering checklist to start removing the excess from your home today.
Imagine you just spent countless hours decluttering your home. You went through every room, got rid of the items you no longer loved or needed and you felt happy about what was left. Everything had a place!
Inside: Learn how to start a daily gratitude practice as part of my Year of Simplicity Challenges series.
You won’t find any big, year-long goals on I Dream of Simple this year. I decided that big long-term goals, while work beautifully for some, just don’t work for me.
I love the process of coming up with the goals more than the actual follow through. Perhaps you are in the same boat?