Wow, does it feel like each year goes by quicker than the last?
Thank you for making 2017 such an incredible year at The Minimalist Plate. The website, Facebook page, and Instagram page continue to grow each month with the support of readers like you. Thank you for sharing, encouraging, and inspiring the simplicity message shared at The Minimalist Plate.
I’m thankful for the connection and relationships that have been built with the readers and simplicity bloggers (that’s you!) here on TMP. To be able to bring encouragement, community, and tools to simplify your daily lives is always an honor.
But before 2017 comes to an end, let’s do a year-end review! 2017 marks my full calendar year here at The Minimalist Plate, and it sure has been full of surprises!
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Highlights from 2017.
I had the opportunity to speak on The Joy Cardin show, Wisconsin Public Radio’s award-winning live morning show featuring news, culture, public affairs, and more. I’m so thankful for the opportunity and was nervous! I used the, “tell yourself you’re excited, not anxious” tip. It helped! You can listen or read the article here.
This year I published my first book, Minimalism for Families, with your support! I know many of you have found it helpful. If you shared the book, wrote a review, or purchased Minimalism for Families, thank you so much for your support. I hope it adds value to your life!
Most popular articles from 2017.
A Minimalist Beauty and Bath Routine.
Many of us have a fair amount of beauty products stuffed in our bathroom cabinets. Mine was no exception! In this article I share what I’ve simplified.
7 Questions to help you let go of Sentimental Things.
Minimalism often starts by letting go of some things. Maybe a lot of things. But what happens when we hit that layer of sentimental things?
Helpful Methods For a Simplified Wardrobe.
Success in simplifying your wardrobe (and life) is part perspective change and part finding the practical vehicle (method) to get you there. To get you thinking, and get you started, here’s a list of perspective changes and practical methods to help you simplify your wardrobe.
My Minimalist Cleaning Supplies.
Although many of my current cleaning items are zero waste, yours don’t have to be. This article is not about telling you what to use — just sharing what I use and how I’ve simplified it.
A Few of My Favorite (and popular) Guest Posts I wrote.
A Guide to Let Go of Sentimental Things at No Sidebar
You will find it necessary to let things go; simply for the reason they are heavy.
It’s Ok to Stop Doing It All at No Sidebar
We sometimes do so much that we end up losing ourselves. We sell out our purpose, peace, and joy for the idea that we should be doing it all. Perfectly too, without even breaking a sweat.
We Are Broke in Our Busyness at No Sidebar
If time is money, then I’m broke. I think a lot of us are.
A Guide to Let Go of Your Perfectly Good Things at Becoming Minimalist
The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.
Thank you again for being a part of this journey with us. We are so incredibly grateful for your support in sharing the simplicity message from The Minimalist Plate. May it continue to encourage and inspire those seeking simpler.