Due to my nature, I am a born minimalist. I have an innate love for clear spaces and capacity for organising. Since my conscious journey to live minimally and make conscious decisions when purchasing and keeping items in my home, I've found it liberating to live in a clutter free home. It's also soothing for … Continue reading Minimalism and The KonMarie Method
It's day four of the challenge, I initially thought it would be harder towards the end of the challenge when I have to get rid of 20 items or more in a day but I'm already struggling to choose what to give/throw away. I've started with items that are brand new or hardly used - … Continue reading Being a Minimalist
So I follow an account on Instagram run by a couple of guys who call themselves theminimalists. It’s interesting what they’re doing to try and inspire people to live better lives devoid of worry, fear, guilt. Have a read about what Minimalism means here. Now they set a challenge every month and I’ve decided to … Continue reading The Minimalism Challenge
Like I said in a previous post, I have started working out and I’m finding Zumba quite tiring! I had my second class and felt burnt out today. So I decided to have an early night - at 8pm. Bliss.
My compound ladies have invited a Zumba instructor three days a week. I’ve been preoccupied at those times and hadn’t managed to go check it out yet. I finally went today and wow! It was my first intense workout (this was never intense enough for me back in the day hence I’ve never done it … Continue reading Day 27 – 30 Days of Hygge