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The Wannabe Minimalist Show is for people who are tired of the chaos in their life, but not sure this whole “minimalism thing” will work for them and their busy family. Through personal stories and guest appearances, this podcast will help you discover how to live with a minimalist mindset without having to throw EVERYTHING away. It’s practical, doable, and simple for those of us that wannabe minimalist.
 
The How to be a Minimalist podcast is all about exploring minimalism and the many areas of life it touches. I’ll be talking a lot more about how to live an experience-based life, emotional minimalism, and how to discover your minimalist WHYS than the most efficient, space-saving technique for folding your undies or how to create a minimalist-magazine-cover home. Don’t worry, though — there will be some of those types of things, too. But here, I’d like to dive in deeper than simply living wit ...
 
The minimalist podcast of tech is a place to receive quick straight to the point news of today’s technologies from around the world 🌎. I bring to you straight forward information minus the fluff. Email: minimalisttechnews@gmail.com Podcast: Minimalisttech.news Twitter: @DaveLara_WD Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/minimalisttechnews/support
 
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Order Your Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting with Simplicity (If you've finished and enjoyed it, I'd be so grateful if you left a rating and review on Amazon!) ----------------------------- We’ve been talking a lot about frugality and budgeting tips recently; however, we’ve not touched upon how minimalism can actually be a tool to help us…
 
Links mentioned in this episode (some may be affiliate links): Get more show notes at littlegreenbow.com/55 Tidy Home & Vibrant Life Starter Guide - 4 steps to create a home & life where you & your family thrive! The Home Systems Power Pack - our entire library of helpful tools and resources for clearing out the clutter, organizing your home, and s…
 
Tips for an organized home with kids Staying on top of tidiness can be stress-inducing, time-sucking, and never-ending. If it seems as though your home never looks or feels the way you want it, know that maintaining an organized space with kids is hard work, but it’s possible. This week, I speak with professional organizer Elise Hay. Elise believes…
 
Kelly and Lauren recap their first 100 episodes including all of their guest interviews and their most standout one-on-one discussions! In case you missed a past episode or two, or if you are new to the podcast, this episode will help you navigate through it all! Kelly and Lauren have covered a variety of topics to help you manage the excess in you…
 
Tercera parte de la tetralogía de la entrevista con Bruno Antonietta "El oso", experto de la nutrición consciente e intuitiva. En este episodio #37 hablaremos de si: ¿es mejor la proteína animal que la vegetal? ¿qué es más sano para nuestro organismo? ¿se necesita comer alimentos de origen animal para conseguir proteína de calidad y estar bien nutr…
 
In this episode, we give you an update of what's working and what isn't with our new approach to nutrition and exercise. In the second half of our conversation, we get vulnerable and share how our mindset has perhaps been the biggest contributor to better overall health.Specifically, we discuss:The impact of trying to introduce more protein into ou…
 
Thanks for listening to the podcast! I hope you settle in and enjoy. HOW TO BE A MINIMALIST YOUTUBE CHANNEL March Plant-based Weight Loss Update POTATO DIET DAY ONE MY LATEST YOUTUBE VIDEOS: Plant-Based Weight Loss || February Update Healthy Travel Foods Plant-Based Grocery Haul Intentional and Simple Living VLOG January Weight Loss Update Minimali…
 
Joshua and Ryan discuss identifying how much is enough so we can subtract the excess to get there, and they answer the following questions: What is “enoughism”? (00:00) How is enoughism different from minimalism? (03:04) Given that the key to transformation is understanding our ‘whys,’ why does anyone truly want more, and, conversely, why does anyo…
 
Order Your Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting with Simplicity ---- One of the topics I’m asked about regularly is how to minimize social media and phone usage. Questions such as: there are too many devices in my home, how can I cut down? Is there such a thing as too many? Do you think there’s a healthy place for social media? What are the …
 
Order Your Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting with Simplicity (If you've finished and enjoyed it, I'd be so grateful if you left a rating and review on Amazon!) ----------------------------- Join me for a special bonus episode with the founder and director of Novel Education Group, Tiffany Sorya. Tiffany discovered her passion for teaching…
 
In today’s brand new episode with NYT best-selling author, Greg McKeown, we dive into: -What is essentialism and why it's needed now, more than ever -How to decide what's essential when we’re living in survival mode -How to discover where our energy is going and how to stop majoring in minor activities To subscribe to Greg's podcast: https://podcas…
 
Pop Culture and the Environmental Movement Today In recent years, pop culture has raised important questions about the environmental movement today, and people are listening. Because while it can be easy to dissociate from media coverage surrounding global warming, climate change, and environmental racism, it’s much harder to do so when pop culture…
 
Joshua and Ryan talk about our constant search for meaning, purpose, and significance; they discuss ways we can rethink spirituality, sex, and death with author Jamie Wheal; and they answer the following questions: What is “meaning”? (01:04) Why do we always seem to look for shortcuts? (03:57) What are heuristics? (05:30) What constitutes a true ni…
 
Order Your Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting with Simplicity ---- Join me today as I speak with Sami Womack regarding debt payoff methods. Sami is the brains behind A Sunny Side Up Life. She’s a budgeting coach, host of a chart-topping podcast, and runs a growing YouTube channel. Her family’s story of paying off $490,000 of debt has been …
 
Segunda parte de la tetralogía de la entrevista con Bruno Antonietta "El oso", experto de la nutrición consciente e intuitiva. En este episodio #36 hablaremos de si: es necesario pesar nuestros alimentos, hay que comer un determinado número de calorías al día, de cuántas comidas hemos de hacer, y de si debemos calcular el % de macronutrientes que i…
 
Minimalist beauty for the conscious consumer Toner, exfoliant, emulsion, eye cream, and that’s all before breakfast: The average woman uses 12 beauty products each and every day. But are these products actually necessary? What are the benefits to a minimalist beauty routine, and how do you start simplifying your existing one? On today’s show we are…
 
If you’ve been feeling unfocused, unmotivated, and bogged down by shame, today’s episode is a MUST-LISTEN, it's part two to last week's, so if you haven't yet, start there. Knowing these FOUR ways to overcome clutter shame will empower you to let go. Get back on the course. Continue to simplify. And add fuel to your simplicity's fire. Enjoy! To sig…
 
Joshua and Ryan discuss how we’re too often led astray by the status quo and how we can benefit from doing the opposite, and they answer the following questions: What does it mean to be authentic? (00:00) What is so problematic about trends? (04:58) Can we find meaning in suffering? (10:56) Why are opinions so inconsequential? (20:48) When have you…
 
Order Your Copy of Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting with Simplicity ---- I’m excited to bring you my conversation with Liz Thames (aka Mrs. Frugalwoods) on today’s episode. For those of you unfamiliar with Liz, she is the author of, Meet the Frugalwoods, the intriguing story of how she and her husband realized that the mainstream path wasn’t for…
 
Digital Minimalism in 2021 It isn’t hyperbole: Technology is in many ways taking over our daily lives. Research has found that children spend 1200 hours per year on technological devices. And adults? We waste approximately 6200 hours a year—or up to a staggering equivalent of 44 years of our lives—staring at screens. In this era of technological-ev…
 
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