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Attending this kind of stuff was something I wouldn’t have even dreamed of doing a few years ago. I wanted to do some kind of a round up of them, but what ended up spilling out of my brain was the lessons I’ve learned from making the decision to be the type of person who goes to events; the type of person who strides over to people I’ve never met and confidently strikes up conversation. Because it is as simple as deciding who you need to be to do the things you say you want to do.
An interview with Cleo Walters, founder of House of Cleo about her business, her home and what she does to recharge.
Beth, a 30-something mother of two children 8 and 10, lives happily with her husband and our little family, on the South Coast of England by the sea. She writes about their minimalism journey on her blog Someday Slower and documents it beautifully on her Instagram account too.
Sophie Parker founded The Inner - a mind health and wellbeing practise - after experiencing the positive benefits of hypnobirthing long after the birth of her daughter and retraining as a hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and coach. Here she shares her thoughts on home, work and what she does for self-care.
Anonymous Instagram user @seeking.minimalism allows me to delve into her journey from cluttered to clear, how she got started and what the effects have been.
Sara Dalrymple switched a decade long career in corporate banking for personal branding photography. Here she shares what it's like at home, how she balances her home and work life and how she makes space to recharge.
Love the idea of a decluttered home, but not sure how to keep it that way? Here’s some advice on how to maintain a clutter-free lifestyle.
Sara Vickery-Bragg quit her 10 year career while on maternity leave to start her business, Seventeen Minutes, a self-care subscription box for mums. Here she shares what self-care means to her.