Artist, Mother, World Traveler and fashion lover Lizzy Ensor from Lizzy Loves Health comes on the show to share her knowledge and experience in some really fun topics.Read More
I talk with Bethany about raising children and navigating the transition into the teen years, social media and how to protect our children and we even talk about Instagram and how she manages her use.Read More
In episode 10 Melissa and Brandon talk about how they have made some unconventional choices in their 14 years of marriage and they gives tips on how they have overcome the push back they received from making these not so "normal" choices.Read More
In episode 8 I chat with my friend Mallory Crain about that unfortunate moment when you realized nothing sparks joy. I also ask her how she manages to feed a large family on a plant based diet. If you’re needing to find a kindred spirit or just a little camaraderie in your minimalist journey you’ll love this episode.
In Episode 7 Jessi and I talk about her Catholic faith and how it shaped her journey to becoming debt free, how to tackle those large Costco runs, and what social media has meant to her on her journey of debt free living.Read More
Mother, minimalist, vegan and gentle parenting advocate Madison Gray comes onto the podcast to chat about her story to minimalism. We talk about how minimalism makes our lives easier as mothers and how her families many moves have helped them to finally strip all the excess away.Read More
In this episode 3 of the Minimelist podcast I chat with minimalist and blogger Erin Tannehill. Her and her husband drastically shifted their life and downsized to 600 square feet getting rid of 85% of their belongings.Read More
In todays show I sit down with my friend Kim. I love her perspective on life as a minimalist because two of her 4 kids are teenagers and she has managed to navigate the switch to a more simple life with many different ages at home. We talk about the guilt of getting rid of items that have been gifted to you and she gives me a wonderful mind set shift to help me overcome that guilt.