Make your new year’s resolution with Simple Adventure. Join us in 31 days to de-cluttering your life! Find space in your home, your schedule, and your life.
Do you find shopping for gifts stressful? Use these tips to move towards a more minimalist gift-giving experience.
Having fewer toys around can actually unlock creativity for your child and have several benefits for your home.
Discover the contentment, gratitude, and joy that comes from knowing what our true needs are, and knowing when we have enough.
Declutter kitchen space and make meal prep so much more simple. With less clutter, you’ll have more space to work, an easier time cleaning up, and lots of space for storage.
Maybe the best way to educate our children is to let them experience and explore the world.
Life is an adventure, so let’s have less stuff and more life.
It’s important to stop the overwhelming list of things to do, and find balance during the day. Slow down, take a break, and find time to be still.
Here are 8 resources which can help spark conversations with kids about simple living and sharing.
Your kids can benefit from simple living as much as you. Here are some ways to have a minimalist home and include your kids.
Discover the joy of having less stuff, and more space for the people in your life.
Silence can sometimes feel uncomfortable. However, when everything is removed we’re forced to be uncomfortable and dig a little deeper.
Minimalism is all about identifying what is valuable in life and eliminating the rest. So how can we apply this to meaningful conversation?
Countless studies have shown that eating dinner together as a family has huge benefits for children. Here are 4 ways it will improve your child’s life.
Become intentional about creating quality time with your family. Work towards creating close, understanding, and caring family relationships.
Here are some reasons why we choose to travel light with only carry-on luggage. We like the benefits of living with less, and that extends to travel too.
If you’ve read 5 Areas of Life To Simplify and become intentional in these areas, then here are 5 more ways to simplify.
When our family spends less money on ‘stuff’, then we can save for experiences and travel. Read about our upcoming simple adventures!
It’s not a question of what to get rid of, but rather a question of what to keep. Ask yourself what adds value to your life, and eliminate the rest. You can learn to be content.
Simple living has led our family to explore new places and chase experiences instead of things. My family has especially loved the way that minimalism has taken our focus off of accumulating things. Instead we focus on having new experiences together. Read Simple...