Over the course of time I found out that minimalism benefits not only the environment, but our mental health as well.
I am a positive person. It’s not a social media pose, that’s simply how I am. One of my Instagram followers recently asked me an interesting question. "Have you always been this positive or did you learn it?" Great that she’s asked, because I’ve actually never thought about it! https://unsplash.com/photos/yjiZAbTDkik Is a positive mindset something natural or can you … Continue reading 10 tips for a positive mindset
...aka living sustainably with our little one. Having a baby definitely affects your ideals about sustainable living. Nevertheless, it is up to you how much. There have been some changes in my case, but - to my own surprise - they were not so significant. Most people (including me) think that once you have a … Continue reading When a #minimumwaste girl has a baby
Minimalism lifestyle seems to be on the rise today, as it represents a great contrast to the mass consumption and material way of living. Instagram is full of #minimalist hashtags and it has become a common word in all languages. But do you really know what minimalism is and where did it come from? We … Continue reading Minimalism explained
I went to a baby store when I was in the 8th month for the first time. Most probably it was the last time, too. I was shocked how many products for the tiny creatures are out there! My minimalist & minimum waste self decided to prove myself and the world that 90% of all those things the baby actually doesn’t need.
...aka what I (didn't) buy during pregnancy. As my belly started growing (around 22nd week), I’ve been having the “I have nothing to wear!” panic attacks from time to time. Sounds familiar to you, pregnant ladies? It’s not only that your crop tops and regular fitted sweaters and t-shirts just don’t fit anymore, but also … Continue reading Pregnancy fashion minimalism
Since our Minimum Waste shop has opened its doors, I’ve observed a couple of things here. Most people that come in would say something like: It’s amazing what you do, the plastics are terrible. Some of them would top it off with: Thank god that they hand out paper bags instead now. I also noticed … Continue reading What does “sustainability” actually mean
You might have asked why I use the word minimum waste when talking about my lifestyle, and not zero waste. Zero waste is the world-known movement aiming to reduce your household waste to zero, which is what I’m trying to do. So, why do I keep saying minimum instead of zero then? To me, zero … Continue reading Zero or minimum waste?