Minimalism, Decision Fatigue, and Christianity 

Minimalism, Decision Fatigue + Christianity

Minimalism Defined Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist defines minimalism as “the intentional promotion of the things we value most and the removal of everything that distracts us from it.” I think minimalism is frequently misunderstood. It isn’t just about getting rid of stuff. Most often it is not the tangible that keeps us from the […]

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7 Strategies for Meal Planning

7 Strategies for Meal Planning

I have a love/hate relationship with meal planning. I’m betting most of you do too. It always feels like so much work on the front end: researching sales, taking inventory of your pantry, gathering recipes, creating variety within the week, and making a comprehensive grocery list—not to mention just working up the motivation to start that […]

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Reading on Repeat: An Everlasting Meal

*this post contains affiliate links* If I had to choose just one book to read for leisure, for the rest of my life, it would be this one. An Everlasting Meal is poetry and practicality on every page.  I first heard of this book by way of my sister’s blog The Graceful Light, which is often more […]

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