1 MY REUSABLE CUP
I don’t know if you can tell, but I’ve been all about minimalism and simplifying my life lately. I’m a barista, so I tend to drink a lot of drinks every day, and I finally got myself this reusable cup to cut down the number of cups I use. It’s really easy to clean, and I end up drinking a lot more water, too.
As I mentioned in my February favorites post, I’ve been really enjoying wearing less makeup lately. This quick (and cruelty-free) makeup look saves me time in the morning, but still makes me feel polished and put together for my day. Continue reading
I successfully made bread for the first time ever in my life! Who’s proud of me?! Anyone? Continue reading
In today’s post, I wanted to share my small(ish) collection of clothing, and how discovering minimalism has affected my relationship to buying clothes and seeing the value in the things I already have.
I used to buy clothes relatively frequently, especially in high school. I remember spending a lot of my free time scrolling through online shopping sites, looking for sales and filling up my digital shopping cart. Lots of times, I remember getting an overwhelmed and anxious feeling, and then closing out of the page before actually buying the things in my shopping cart. Continue reading
Can I first just say, how cute are rotini? Just little curlicues that you can eat. I’ve decided they’re my favorite pasta shape. (I reserve the right to change my mind if I come across anything cuter). Secondly, I love how this recipe came out. It made so much that I’ve eaten it for at least 6 meals and I’m still not sick of it. This recipe was adapted from a recipe from Foxes Love Lemons for lentil-mushroom ragu. Continue reading