Topic: Minimalist

Mark your calendars!

Saturday, February 7th will be the 2nd Annual Virtual Minimalist Party Challenge!

Are you ready to finally tackle the clutter creating chaos in your closet? Garage? Office? Entire house?

Well, NOW is the time to make a COMMITMENT and do it with the support of the ENTIRE Herbie community behind you!!

Let's live with less (or at least tidy up!) and declutter TOGETHER!!

Last year's event resulted in over a 100 bags going to charity ...

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Not long after the release of my first minimalist book, Minimalist Monday: Zen Home, I saw this comment from Stephanie on Facebook:

"Anyone reading the minimalist e-books? I just let things pile up after my son was born. He's five now! I went through my make-up dresser once and thought I did a pretty good job. After I read the e-book, I went back and seriously overhauled it. I can't believe I criticize my husband for being a ...

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Earlier this year I announced I was writing three books on minimalism.

The first book, Minimalist Monday: Declutter Your Way to a Zen Home was released in February. And the second book, Minimalist Monday: Decluttering Your Life! Letting Go of Emotional Baggage, Toxic Relationships, and Social Chaos to Build Your Ideal, Zen Life followed shortly thereafter.

Now I am happy to say that the third and final book, Minimalist Monday: Zen Productivity has finally arrived! (You can order it in ...

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Over the past couple of years I've shared my own minimalist journey every Monday on the blog, and most recently in my minimalist book series.

But what I really enjoy is seeing how others have achieved a minimalist lifestyle, whether it be organizing their pantry or downsizing and moving on to a boat.

A couple of months ago Alison emailed me about her own path to becoming a minimalist and I just had to share it! Hopefully her story ...

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Back in January I stumbled across an article about vegetables and herbs that can easily be regrown. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to share it when the weather was better suited for gardening.

Rather than going out and buying seeds, bulbs, etc, you can actually grow plenty of vegetables and herbs with everyday items that you probably already have in your kitchen! In fact, some things don't even require soil! Just a mason jar ...

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