Minimalism: The Chaotic Trek to Peace

When I began to look into the concept of minimalism, so many characteristics about it intrigued me. But one thing that has essentially defined minimalism for me is something that kept popping up in the minimalism Facebook pages I was following – there really is no defining minimalism! Doesn’t make sense at all, does it? … Read more Minimalism: The Chaotic Trek to Peace

Organizing Your Kids’ Clothes: Say Goodbye To Dressers!

It’s been the never-ending task organizing my kids’ clothes and decreasing the amount of laundry I have to do. With an active 5.5 year old, a 2.5 year old, and an 11 month old who I have to change outfits 2-3 times a day, clothes have become my nemesis. I’d had enough! I was going … Read more Organizing Your Kids’ Clothes: Say Goodbye To Dressers!

12 Toxic Ingredients To Avoid In Your Body Products

In my family’s journey to cleaner living, we’ve discovered there are so many toxic ingredients to avoid in our home and body products. It’s much easier to say we’re going to avoid them than actually doing it, though! Reading labels these days is like reading a foreign language. Most ingredients you can’t even pronounce, which … Read more 12 Toxic Ingredients To Avoid In Your Body Products

A Restful Night’s Sleep in a Bottle

We all need (and value!) our sleep, especially as parents. And ever since having kids, it’s rare – extremely rare! – that I will sleep all the way through the night without waking up. Most of the time, my body wakes up because of bathroom necessities (pregnancy has you running to the bathroom quite frequently … Read more A Restful Night’s Sleep in a Bottle

5 Ways To Survive the Post-Pregnancy Blur

You have survived pregnancy – all 10 months of it because let’s face it, 40 weeks equals 10 months! Ok, so technically 2 weeks don’t count but who’s judging, right?! You survived labor and birth, which during it you probably swore to yourself mentally that you would never do this again…EVER! (you promptly forget this … Read more 5 Ways To Survive the Post-Pregnancy Blur