Minimalist Moms Podcast

By Diane Boden

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For moms who want to be more minimal and more mindful, but don't want to get rid of all their stuff. Hosted by aspiring minimalist: Diane Boden. Our Goal = Think More + Do with Less


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EP222: Finding Contentment Through Minimalism with Emily Eusanio
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Does minimalism help us find contentment? Why do we remain discontented despite pursuing minimalism? Join me today as I speak with author of A Simpler Motherhood, Emily Eusanio to answer the questions and more!

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My Resource of the Week:

  • Ebb and Float (Let them know Diane from the Minimalist Moms Podcast sent you! Ha!)


Show Notes for EP222 Finding Contentment Through Minimalism

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Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Plum Deluxe | Visit plumdeluxe.com/listen and use code MINIMALIST  to save 12% on your first order.

Almond Cow | Head to AlmondCow.Co and use code MINIMALIST for $25.00 off at checkout.

QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.



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May 17, 2022
Introducing Explain Like I'm 5
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Join me as a listener of the Explain Like I'm 5 podcast. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

May 17, 2022
Bonus Episode: Prepare On Sunday To Make Your Week Run Smoother with Toni-Ann Mayembe
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Join me today for a special bonus conversation with host of the Real Happy Mom podcast, Toni-Ann Mayembe. Toni shares advice for weekend routines that best prepare us for the work week. Her suggestions are likely to help you reduce overwhelm and eliminate unnecessary stress in your week.

Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Prepare On Sunday To Make Your Week Run Smoother

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Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Wealthfront | To start building your wealth, and get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/Minimalist

Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.

Almond Cow | Head to AlmondCow.Co and use code MINIMALIST for $25.00 off at checkout.



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May 13, 2022
EP221: Simple Parenting Strategies for the Toddler Years (Ages 1-5) with Devon Kuntzman
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Join me today for a conversation with the woman behind the popular Instagram account, Transforming Toddlerhood, Devon Kuntzman. Devon empowers toddler parents to overcome the challenges of toddlerhood, nurture development and create confidence in their skills through using positive, respectful, and developmentally appropriate parenting tools. Today we’ll be discussing intentional parenting tools you’ll need for the toddler years, simple strategies for redirection and more…

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Show Notes for EP221: Simple Parenting Strategies for the Toddler Years

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Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.



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May 10, 2022
EP220: Making Space for Balance with Whitney English
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Joining me today is mom of three, creator of the Day Designer and new author, Whitney English. Whitney and I had somewhat of an ‘unplugged’ conversation about her new book; we also discussed authenticity, failing to meet our own standards (and being okay with it), finding space for balance and more.

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Show Notes for EP220: Making Space for Balance

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.

Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.



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May 03, 2022
EP219: REALISTIC Tips for Less Waste (and More Joy!) with Tara McKenna
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Join me today for a conversation with Tara McKenna about simple switches to change your mindset regarding waste. We're all trapped in a wasteful convenience-based cycle, but Tara’s new book, Don’t Be Trashy offers an alternative: an approach to reducing waste that emphasizes progress over perfection. Ultimately, it's about changing your mindset to one of minimalism and conscious consumption—a mindset that’s as good for your wallet and your well-being as it is for the planet.

My Resource of the Week:

  • Lomi | Turn your food waste into dirt at the push of a button. Lomi was designed to make home composting incredibly easy.


Show Notes for EP219: Practical Tips For Living with Less Waste (and More Joy!) 

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

If you enjoyed today’s episode of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, then hit subscribe and share it with your friends!

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Prose | Try your own custom hair supplements and you’ll get 15% off! Get yours at Prose.com/minimalist

Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.



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Apr 26, 2022
EP218: 'Prioritize Nature, Reclaim Childhood, & Experience a Fuller Life' [1000 Hours Outside] with Ginny Yurich
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As parents and teachers, one of the most beneficial things we can do is to allow our children to play outside - for hours on end. The concept is simple. The execution is harder. The impact is tremendous. Join me today for a conversation with founder of the global movement, 1000 Hours Outside, Ginny Yurich. Ginny joined me back on episode 184 to discuss quick tips for getting outside and today she is here to share all about the benefits of getting into nature, the impacts on physical and emotional wellbeing, where to start, plus a whole lot more.

My Resource of the Week:

  • Terracycle | TerraCycle is an innovative recycling company that has become a global leader in recycling hard-to-recycle materials. 


Show Notes for EP218: Prioritize Nautre, Reclaim Childhood, & Experience a Fuller Life

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Wealthfront | To start building your wealth, and get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/Minimalist

QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.

Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.



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Apr 19, 2022
EP217: Productivity Tips for a Smoother Week with Carey Bentley
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People think that planning should feel good but it’s actually an anxiety-inducing event that you can develop resistance to in your brain. The trick is to turn planning into a rewarding event that your mind looks forward to. Then execution becomes a bit of a no-brainer. But how? Join me today as I speak with productivity expert and co-founder of the Lifehack Method, Carey Bentley. Carey’s helped more than 50,000 professionals who want to prevent burnout and create more freedom in their lives. Today, she’ll be sharing tips for why planning your week (not your day) is the secret to getting more done (and how to do it in less than 30 minutes), what to do when planning your week doesn’t work, what everyone gets wrong about productivity, and more.

My Resources of the Week:

  • Carly Jean Los Angeles | Looking to grab something for your spring capsule wardrobe? Use code MINIMALIST at checkout to receive 20% off of your purchase.

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Show Notes for EP217:

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Carly Jean Los Angeles | Looking to grab something for your spring capsule wardrobe? Use code MINIMALIST at checkout to receive 20% off of your purchase.

Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.



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Apr 12, 2022
EP216: Learning to Let Go, Keep Going and Live Lightly with Shauna Niequist
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Join me today for a conversation with author, Shauna Niequist. Her new book, I Just Haven't Learned That Yet, is full of stories of how we cope with unexpected change, letting go of previous seasons, and embracing the present. I’ve been a fan of Shauna for many years and this interview is yet another example of her incredible way with words! We talk about letting go of old ways that no longer serve us, learning to let go, being easily delighted and more!

My Resources of the Week:

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Show Notes for EP216: Learning to Let Go, Keep Going and Live Lightly

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Drizly | Visit Drizly.com and use promo code: FASTFIVE for $5.00 your first order.

QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.

Homechef | For a limited time only, go to Homechef.com/MINIMALIST for 16 free meals.



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Apr 05, 2022
EP215: Generation Sleepless (Why Tweens & Teens Aren’t Sleeping Enough, And How We Can Help Them!) with Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright
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Join me today for a conversation with psychotherapists, Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright. They’re here to discuss the issue of teen sleep with the theme of minimalism and simplifying in mind. They share how to decrease our reliance on technology and social media (due to its impact on our sleep and health), suggestions for evening and morning routines that fuel intentional living and more.

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Show Notes for EP215: Generation Sleepless (Why Tweens & Teens Aren’t Sleeping Enough, And How We Can Help Them!)

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Drizly | Visit Drizly.com and use promo code: FASTFIVE for $5.00 your first order.

Betterhelp | This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and Minimalist Moms listeners get 10% off their first month at Betterhelp.com/minimalist



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Mar 29, 2022
EP214: The Downsides of Small Space Living (and Solutions for How to Tackle Them!) with Laura Fenton
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Join me today for a conversation with the author of The Little Book of Living Small, Laura Fenton. Laura joined me back on EP174 to talk about helpful hints for living small and today we’ll be discussing the downsides of small space living; however, we’ll provide solutions to combat the ‘negatives’ (which may not be so negative, after all.)

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Show Notes for EP214: The Downsides of Small Space Living (and Solutions for How to Tackle Them!)

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Family Sounds | Visit https://www.family-sounds.com/minimalist - your memories in a podcast!

QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.

Drizly | Visit Drizly.com and use promo code: FASTFIVE for $5.00 your first order.



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Mar 22, 2022
EP213: Replacing Financial Falsehoods with Truth with Jessi Fearon
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Join me today as I talk to certified financial coach and personal finance expert, Jessi Fearon about what she believes are the five financial truths to overcome barriers and better understand how to make your version of the 'American Dream' a reality. What are we believing about the 'American Dream' that is simply untrue? Are there any universal truths? How have we distorted our view of finances and how can we move towards a life of financial freedom?

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Show Notes for EP213: Replacing Financial Falsehoods with Truth

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Betterhelp | This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and Minimalist Moms listeners get 10% off their first month at Betterhelp.com/minimalist

Stitch Fix | Try today at StitchFix.com/minimalist and you’ll get 25% off when you keep everything in your Kids Fix.

Family Sounds | Visit https://www.family-sounds.com/minimalist - your memories in a podcast!



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Mar 15, 2022
EP212: Saying "Yes" to Solitude with Rebekah Iliff with Rebekah Iliff
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As a minimalist, one of my goals is to find time to regularly shut out the noise and prioritize alone time. It isn’t always easy to find dedicated time to myself each week but, even if for a half hour evening walk, I try to prioritize solitude in my life. Here today to share more about her findings and musings on solitude/alone time is author, Rebekah Iliff.

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Show Notes for EP212: Saying "Yes" to Solitude

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Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

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Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Episode Sponsored By:

Ritual | Ritual is offering my listeners 10% off your first three months. Visit ritual.com/MINIMALIST and turn healthy habits into a Ritual.

Family Sounds | Visit https://www.family-sounds.com/minimalist - your memories in a podcast!



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Mar 08, 2022
Bonus Episode: When It Comes to Playtime, Less is More with Jessica Rolph [Lovevery]
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Join me today for a special bonus episode with co-founder of Lovevery, Jessica Rolph. Jessica discusses why less is more when it comes to playtime: how she has cultivated independent play with her own children, hurdles we may face when encouraging our own children and more...

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Show Notes for Bonus Episode: When It Comes to Playtime, Less is More

Enjoy this Podcast?

Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You can also share this with your fellow mothers so that they can be inspired to think more and do with less. 

Order (or review) my recent book, Minimalist Moms: Living & Parenting With Simplicity

Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

If you enjoyed today’s episode of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, then hit subscribe and share it with your friends!

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Stitch Fix | Try today at StitchFix.com/minimalist and you’ll get 25% off when you keep everything in your Kids Fix.

Family Sounds | Visit https://www.family-sounds.com/minimalist - your memories in a podcast!



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Mar 08, 2022
EP211: Intentionality in the Kitchen with Caroline Fausel
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Join me today for a conversation all about simplicity in the kitchen with Caroline Fausel. Caroline Fausel is a recipe developer, clean living advocate, and mom of two and creator of the popular blog, Olive You Whole. For nearly a decade, she has created and shared meals for those striving to eat healthier. Caroline’s efficient methods strive to minimize time spent in the kitchen, so more time can be spent with the family. Today she’s here to discuss simplicity in the kitchen: batch cooking, tips for efficient meal planning, ways we can outsource to our spouse or children and more…

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Show Notes for EP211: Intentionality in the Kitchen

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Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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Mar 01, 2022
EP210: How to Confidently Create Connection and Community with Morgan Tyree
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Does the thought of hosting a dinner send you into spasms of delight or spirals of dismay? Do you love opening your home to others? Or do you dread even the planning it takes to get a group of friends to arrive at the same restaurant at the same time? We each have our own unique hospitality personality and when you tap into yours you’ll find it much easier to confidently create connection and community. Here today to discuss this topic is author, Morgan Tyree.

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Show Notes for How to Confidently Create Connection and Community

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Questions? You can contact me through my website, find me on Instagram, or like The Minimalist Moms Page on Facebook.

Thanks for listening! For more updates and episodes, visit the website. You may also tune in on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or Stitcher.

Checkout the Minimalist Moms Podcast storefront for recommendations from Diane.

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QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.

Family Sounds | Visit https://www.family-sounds.com/minimalist - your memories in a podcast!



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Feb 22, 2022
EP209: Unclutter Your Soul with Trina McNeilly
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For a lot of us listening, we’ve gotten really good at decluttering our homes - but what about our inner homes? I mean, what about the weight of something you may be carrying around with you (mentally, emotionally, or spiritually) that gets in the way? Join me today as I speak with author, Trina McNeilly about how we can observe, own and, ultimately, overcome what is overwhelming us. This episode is in no way a prescription that will solve all of your problems but I hope it’s a stepping point of encouragement as you begin to think through some of the clutter you may be carrying with you. 

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Show Notes for EP209: Unclutter Your Soul

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Feb 15, 2022
EP208: Let's Simplify: Children's Chores with Melissa Griffiths
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As our children grow older, their responsibilities will naturally grow. There are personal responsibilities and there are household responsibilities but the question is: how do we delegate? Today’s episode is all about how we can implement simple solutions to involve our children in household chores. And joining me for this conversation is creator of the popular blog, Bless This Mess, Melissa Griffiths.

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Show Notes for EP208: Let's Simplify: Children's Chores

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Feb 08, 2022
EP207: Swedish Death Cleaning: Morbid or Mandatory? with Emily McDermott
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Swedish Death Cleaning, or döstädning, is removing unnecessary items and preparing your home so that your loved ones aren’t burdened by them after you pass away. While the book that made it famous in 2017, The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning by Margareta Magnusson, focuses mostly on people who are in their sixties or “when the time is coming closer for you to leave the planet”, there is no reason why we can’t start today as younger moms who don’t want to burden our spouse/partners and loved ones. One question: If you were to die tomorrow, what would your loved ones have to do? Here to walk us through the practicals of this question is writer and fellow minimalist, Emily McDermott. Emily will answer questions such as: Who is death cleaning for? How long is this process? Should we tell our families? What are the lessons we can learn from this culture? And more…

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Show Notes for EP207: Swedish Death Cleaning: Morbid or Mandatory?

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Feb 01, 2022
Bonus Episode: Medicinal Eating & Holistic Living with Root & Nourish (Abbey Rodriguez & Jennifer Kurdyla)
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Join me for a bonus episode with authors, Abbey Rodriguez & Jennifer Kurdyla. Abbey and Jennifer are the co-authors of “Root and Nourish: An Herbal Cookbook for Women’s Wellness,” where they teach women how to incorporate plant medicine into everyday life through food and self-care, as well as mindfulness and holistic lifestyle practices. Today we’ll discuss various topics from their book: embracing single-tasking to support overall health, befriending single pants in your diet, herbs and spices for balance and more…

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Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Medicinal Eating & Holistic Living

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Jan 28, 2022
EP206: Defining "All the Things" with Rachel Brenke
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Join me today for a conversation with Rachel Brenke. We discuss the idea of 'all the things': what does this even mean and why does it make me cringe sometimes? How do we define 'all the things'? What is one thing we need to include in 'all the things'? What is one step a working mom can take to condense her schedule and more…

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Show Notes for EP206: Defining "All the Things"

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Jan 25, 2022
EP205: Less Stuff, More Adventure with Miranda Anderson
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Join me today as I talk to fellow podcaster and author, Miranda Anderson. Our conversation begins with a chat about her year of 'no spending' and we end with her five-step framework for moms to adopt and implement an adventure mindset. My hope is that you walk away from this conversation with clarity of what an adventure mindset looks like in relation to minimalism and contentment with 'less'.

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Show Notes for EP205: Less Stuff, More Adventure

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Jan 18, 2022
EP204: The Power of Fun with Catherine Price
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We’ll be chatting all about the ‘power of fun’ on today’s episode! In our always-on, productivity-addicted lifestyles, we tend to think of the pursuit of fun as being indulgent or childish. We claim not to have time for it even as we spend hours a day engaging in what journalist and screen/life balance expert Catherine Price calls “Fake Fun”—binging Netflix, scrolling through Twitter, or indulging our FOMO on Instagram, all in hopes of filling some of the emptiness we feel inside. Through years of research, Price has learned the truth: far from being frivolous or a distraction, fun—or, as she calls it, True Fun—is actually the secret to achieving our goals.

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Show Notes for EP204: The Power of Fun

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Jan 11, 2022
EP203: Declutter, Then Elevate with Shira Gill
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Join me today as I speak with home organizing expert (and author of the new book, Minimalista) Shira Gill. Shira teaches that the most important thing you can do is start, and that small victories, achieved one at a time, will snowball into massive transformation. We’ll be discussing these small victories along with sentimentality, elevating our space and so much more!  

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Show Notes for EP203: Declutter, Then Elevate

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Jan 04, 2022
EP202: Digital Clutter [From Your Inbox to your Archives] with Kath Younger
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Join me today for a conversation with Kath Younger of the popular blog, Kath Eats. Today we chat about digital clutter, specifically when it comes to your inbox or digital events. She discusses why the ‘search’ function is our best friend, the ‘star box’ method, how not to use our inbox as a digital filing cabinet and more! This is a friendly nudge to give attention to these spaces in the upcoming year. 

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Show Notes for EP202: Digital Clutter [From Your Inbox to Your Archives]

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Dec 21, 2021
EP201: Bringing Kids Into the Kitchen (How to Start + Not Get Overwhelmed) with Heather Englund
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Join me today as I speak with Heather Englund of Fit Mama Real Food about how to involve our kiddos in the cooking process, making it fun (and simple), dealing with picky eaters and more! We chat her top simple and actionable tips to apply in your own life as you help keep your kiddos interested and sharing in the joy of preparing food!

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Show Notes for EP201: Bringing Kids Into the Kitchen (How to Start + Not Get Overwhelmed)

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I’ve been loving Other Goose for simple daily prompts to spend some 1:1 time with my kids (especially my youngest two.! They’re educational and so sweet! Link is here, if you’d like to check it out!

QuickRecipe Companion App | Download the QuickRecipe Companion app today for free on the app store or google play. It’s one app, one shopping list, all you need to get a home-cooked meal on the table fast.

MamaZen | PROMO CODE: minimalist. That code will unlock your FREE TRIAL so you can try MamaZen for yourself. 

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Dec 14, 2021
Bonus Episode: A Balancing Act: Passions, Responsibilities & Everyday Life with Sarah Molitor
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Join me for a bonus episode with creator of Modern Farmhouse Family, Sarah Molitor. Sarah joins me to discuss her tips on navigating life and juggling responsibilities as a mom (while still pursuing your passions!) We talk mom guilt, outsourcing, juggling and, most importantly, how to find balance!

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Show Notes for Bonus Episode: A Balancing Act: Passions, Responsibilities & Everyday Life

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MamaZen | PROMO CODE: minimalist. That code will unlock your FREE TRIAL so you can try MamaZen for yourself. 

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Dec 07, 2021
EP200: Intentional Learning at Home with Erin Loechner
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Join me today for a conversation about intentional learning at home with author and creator of Other Goose, Erin Loechner. We discuss teaching our children in our everyday lives (including simple lessons a mom can fit into a morning), how her principles for intentional living can apply to homeschooling and more.

I’ve been loving Other Goose for simple daily prompts to spend some 1:1 time with my kids (especially my youngest two.! They’re educational and so sweet! Link is here, if you’d like to check it out!

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Show Notes for EP200: Intentional Learning at Home

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Dec 07, 2021
EP199: Messy Minimalism: Realistic Strategies for the Rest of Us with Rachelle Crawford
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Think minimalism means a perfectly curated, always tidy home? Think again. Drowning in tides of toys, overflowing closets, and a crazy schedule, Rachelle Crawford assumed you had to be naturally organized to keep a tidy living space. Then she found minimalism: the messy, real-life kind, that is less about perfection and more about purpose. Becoming a messy minimalist is not about turning into someone else; it's about clearing away clutter and expectations to unearth who you really are. Join me today as I speak with Rachelle about her journey into 'messy minimalism' and how we can inspire those around us to begin their own step into minimalism (whether big or small!)

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Show Notes for EP199: Messy Minimalism: Realistic Strategies for the Rest of Us

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Nov 30, 2021
Bonus Episode: Advice For Dealing with Unwanted Gifts with Becka Butler
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People are excited to show their love by giving gifts (especially during the holiday season) but what happens when you receive something that you didn’t ask for or want? Knowing how to accept graciously is a skill that we all should hone; it should be your goal to make sure to respond in such a way that the gift giver knows you genuinely appreciate the gesture- even if the sweater is itchy or the perfume isn’t your signature scent. Join me today as I talk with Becka Butler regarding tips on how exactly to navigate these (sometimes) awkward moments.

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Show Notes for EP199: Advice for Dealing with Unwanted Gifts

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Nov 23, 2021
EP198: Initiating Stronger Relationships with Our Children with Vanessa Quigley
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My guess is if you surveyed any mom, she’d likely tell you she desires more intentional time with her child(ren). Whether she’s a working mom or stay-at-home mom, our days fill up fast. Not to mention, as our family grows or, inevitably, as our children grow older, it can be tricky to find the time to intentionally pursue them. Tricky but not impossible. Here today to offer wisdom from her own experience as the mother to seven children is founder of Chatbooks, Vanessa Quigley. She talks about what she’s done to initiate stronger relationships with each of them and how we can apply some of these methods in our own lives.

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Show Notes for EP198: Initiating Stronger Relationships with Our Children

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Nov 16, 2021
EP197: Habits of the Household with Justin Whitley Earley
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Looking for a different take on parenting hacks? I'm thrilled to introduce you to Justin Whitmel Earley, a father of four teaching parents how to create structure from mealtime to bedtime through creating purposeful habits. You long for tender moments with your children--but do you ever find yourself too busy to stop, make eye contact, and say something you really mean? Daily habits are powerful ways to shape the heart--but do you find yourself giving in to screen time just to get through the day? You want to parent with purpose--but do you know how to start? His new book, Habits of the Household releases today and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to speak with him about reestablishing rituals, the connection between our children and our habits, and more. 

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Show Notes for EP197: Habits of the Household

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Nov 09, 2021
Bonus Episode: How to Create a Bedtime Routine for Your Kids (and Actually Stick To It) with Becca Campbell
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On today’s bonus episode, Becca Campbell, sleep consultant and CEO of Little Z's Sleep, brings her personal experience and education to the table to answer the question of parents everywhere, "How can I establish a bedtime routine for my child…and actually stick with it?" Becca answers questions such as how do we minimize battles? How do we stick with it? Helpful do’s and don’ts and more. This conversation was personally quite helpful to me and I wish I would’ve spoken with her when I first started having children. That said, I still found massive benefit with her suggestions (that I could even apply to my own routine!)

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Nov 05, 2021
EP196: Becoming Intentional with Money Management with Erin Skye Kelly
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I usually don’t share guest quotes prior to the interview but my guest today, author, Erin Skye Kelly said something that really stuck with me, “Debt Is Clutter.” Debt is clutter and it leads to a lack of freedom. It was this lesson that I had to learn before I began to pursue the purging of material things. Intentionality with my finances came first and the clutter followed. This episode won’t suddenly eradicate your debt but I hope it provides you with tools and inspiration to see that debt freedom is attainable through discipline, but first and foremost, intentionality! 

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Show Notes for EP196: Becoming Intentional with Money Management

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Nov 02, 2021
EP195: Feeling Confident in Your Capsule Wardrobe with Kim Hancher
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On today’s episode, I speak with style coach, Kim Hancher. Kim teaches women how to create their unique style, dress their body type, and curate a capsule wardrobe so that they feel confident doing something you have to do every day, get dressed. In this episode, she discusses how to consciously curate a capsule wardrobe and (beyond that) how to wear more of the clothes you already have in your closet right now by incorporating her tried and true style concepts. Before we get into the conversation, I’ll leave you with this quote from fashion and beauty writer, Rae Ritchie, she says, “It’s a misconception to think that minimalism and fashion are incompatible. It’s still possible to remain up to date with major trends and have a small capsule wardrobe. You just have to be judicious in your choices. Treat how you dress as a fun creative hobby, a chance to play. With a foundation of versatile basics, you can easily drop in a few items that catch your eye.” I’d have to agree.

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Show Notes for EP195: Feeling Confident in Your Capsule Wardrobe

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Oct 26, 2021
EP194: Toy Rotation Made Simple with Melissa Corriveau
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If you’re a regular listener, you’ll have heard me talk about decision fatigue or overwhelm. Children can become overwhelmed when given too many choices, including having many toys available at one time. By rotating toys, you keep the selection new and fresh; every time you rotate the toys, it’s like your children have brand new toys to explore. Here today to discuss the topic with me is professional organizer, Melissa Corriveau. 

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Show Notes for EP194: Toy Rotation Made Simple

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Oct 19, 2021
EP193: Taking Inventory of Our Possessions with Dawn Madsen
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What if you took inventory of everything in your house? Would it make you rethink the things you’re holding onto? If we took inventory and categorized the stuff in our house, we’d have a much better idea what needs to exit our house. Joining me today to discuss the idea of our possessions as inventory is Dawn Madsen (otherwise known as the Minimal Mom!) 

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Show Notes for EP193: Taking Inventory of Our Possessions

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Oct 12, 2021
EP192: Habit Stack Your Movement(s) with Katy Bowman
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Human movement is at an all-time low and our children are currently facing both a movement and nature deficiency, with physical, mental and environmental consequences. The good news is, while the problem feels massive, the solution is quite simple…and fun! Join me for this conversation with biomechanist (and best-selling author), Katy Bowman about how we can using habit stacking to incorporate more movement in our daily lives and more!

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Show Notes for EP192: Habit Stack Your Movement(s)

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Oct 05, 2021
Bonus Episode: Intentional Conversations (and Practicing Curiosity) with Taylor Buonocore
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Join me today as I speak with Taylor Buonocore about intentional conversations. We talk about creating greater levels of connection through conversational intentionality. Through authenticity, empathy, and creating a culture of communication, we can strengthen the bonds within friendships, family members (especially our children!) I typically ask my guests a series of questions but this conversation flowed quite easily. It took a different path than I expected but it was a refreshing difference. 

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Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Intentional Conversations

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Oct 01, 2021
Bonus Episode: Simplifying Crafting with Littles with Annie & Sarah [of Laughs and Littles]
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I recently had an episode that discussed decluttering arts and crafts. This is a bit of a follow up to that episode as there were more elements of this area we didn't fully sort through (no pun intended). Join me today with my guests (hosts of the Laughs and Littles podcast), Annie Tarr and Sarah O'Brien.

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Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Simplifying Crafting with Littles

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Sep 28, 2021
EP191: Reassessing Your School Year Routines with Ashley Brown (@RoutineandThings)
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There are two times each year that always encourage me to re-evaluate my routine. The first is at the beginning of a new year and the second is the beginning of a new school year. The back-to-school season (or any change in seasons, for that matter) is a great time to re-evaluate our daily and weekly routines to make sure they’re serving us. Most of our children are back in school (and likely have been for several weeks), so now is the perfect time to reassess what is working and what isn't. Joining me for the conversation today is the queen of routines, Ashley Brown (of Routine & Things). She and I talk through tips that have benefited our personal schedules and other strategies that might be of benefit to you!

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Show Notes for EP191: Reassessing Your School Year Routines with Ashley Brown

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Sep 28, 2021
EP190: Outsourcing: Fewer Responsibilities, More Meaning with Rachel Luther
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As minimalists, our lifestyles are characterized by the pursuit of simplicity and freedom from possessions and consumerism. That said, sometimes we find ourselves weighed down and dealing with tasks or responsibilities that we can’t manage. Sadly, there are only twenty-four hours in the day, so the question becomes: how can we pursue freedom without feeling buried along the way? The answer may be outsourcing! But how exactly do we outsource as minimalists and what about costs (or the fact that I tend to be a bit of a control freak!) Answering these questions (and more) is entrepreneur, Rachel Luther. Rachel has spent the last 10+ years learning what it means to minimize her tasks and responsibilities so each "yes" has the greatest impact, whether it’s for her family, in her business, or as an actor. She was a virtual assistant before people knew what the term meant, and she has learned that outsourcing - in business or at home – isn’t merely hiring a VA. It requires creativity as you prioritize your passions and free your brain of the mental clutter and responsibilities taking time away from your true skills and passions. I can’t wait for you to hear this one! 

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Show Notes for EP190: Outsourcing: Fewer Responsibilities, More Meaning

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Sep 21, 2021
Bonus Episode: Simplifying Postpartum with Gigi Vera Vincent
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On the Minimalist Moms Podcast, I’ve interviewed guests that discuss pregnancy, baby registry and birth plans but I’ve yet to discuss the postpartum experience. I was thrilled to speak to postpartum doula, Gigi Vera Vincent to help navigate this area. Gigi shares five ways to simplify as you prepare for your postpartum experience. 


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Sep 14, 2021
EP189: "Priority Means One" with Christy Wright
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Join me today with author, Christy Wright as we discuss time management, priorities, and balance in motherhood. As a busy mom with three young kids and a career, Christy knows how chaotic life can be - how balance feels like something that can never be achieved, no matter how hard you try. In her latest book, Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Free Guide to Life Balance, Christy argues that balance doesn't come from getting more done. It’s about doing the right things at the right time. 

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Show Notes for EP189: "Priority Means One"

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Sep 14, 2021
EP188: Bare Minimum Dinners with Jenna Helwig
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If you want to cook more at home, but don’t want to spend all night doing it, this is the episode for you! Join me today as I speak with author, Jenna Helwig. We’ll discuss how to simplify dinnertime so you can spend less time in the kitchen while still enjoying delicious meals. As I was flipping through Jenna’s new cookbook, the chapter titles resonated with me: Bare Minimum Time (30 minutes or less); Bare Minimum Ingredients (7 ingredients or less, including salt and olive oil); Bare Minimum Hands-On Time (slow-cooker and Instant Pot meals); Bare Minimum Clean-Up (one-pot/sheet pan/skillet meals); and Bare Minimum Sides (super-simple vegetables, salads, and grains so you can feel good about serving healthy, well-rounded dinners). Jenna’s advice for cooking is actually to do less: to pare back, to embrace some store-bought shortcuts, to eliminate fuss, and, in the process, extra dirty dishes.

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Show Notes for EP188: Bare Minimum Dinners

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Sep 07, 2021
EP187: Being Present IS Winning with Sarah Bragg
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In this day and age, it can be difficult to truly feel present in motherhood. We have so many roles we’re juggling, schedules to manage, self-care to maintain (not to mention remembering little details - such as what to add to the grocery store list or that school pickup is early on Friday.) The question is: how do we manage presence when it feels like we’re pulled in various ways? Joining me today to talk through this topic is author, Sarah Bragg. Sarah wrote about this topic (and more) in her recent book, A Mother’s Guide to Raising Herself. Today we’ll be discussing how to cultivate presence:  how can we challenge ourselves to be more present in the moment without needing to document everything on Instagram/social media? How we can be more present as mothers, wives and friends? And how we can teach our children to cultivate presence in their own lives?

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Show Notes for EP187: Being Present IS Winning

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Aug 31, 2021
EP186: Not Another Impulse Purchase with Allison Baggerly
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If most of us were honest, I’m sure we’d all admit to impulse shopping from time to time. From a basic perspective, we may assume it’s only a financial problem; however, it’s both a personal and psychological issue, too. The question is: how do we stop the impulse before it happens? Joining me today to answer this question (and more) is founder of the Inspired Budget, Allison Baggerly. She defines impulses spending and addresses the reasons we tend to impulse spend (and (steps for how to stop), plus more that you don’t want to miss!

Show Notes for EP186: Not Another Impulse Purchase

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Aug 24, 2021
Bonus Episode: Intentional Choices with Kids + Tech with Bill Brady
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According to a survey by Common Sense Media, over half of US children own a cell phone by the age of eleven, and 1 in 5 own a cell phone by the age of eight. Kids are heading back to school, and as cell phones become an increasingly accepted part of our children’s academic and social lives, the concern of child phone safety and surveillance weighs on parents. Here to join me for a quick conversation on smart phone safety is founder and CEO of Troomi Wireless, Bill Brady.

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Aug 20, 2021
EP185: Collaborative Family Scheduling with Crystal Mickelsen (@TheEssentialCalendar)
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In today's episode, I'm chatting with Crystal Mickelsen, the creator of The Essential Calendar about how scheduling three months at a time can improve communication and collaboration. Crystal discusses: how we can encourage more collaboration with family to share the mental load of motherhood, how to communicate more effectively with family about the schedule, communication leading to less stress and more connection and how planning at three months at a time invites more flexibility and more intention into family life!

Show Notes for EP185: Collaborative Family Scheduling with Crystal Mickelsen

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Aug 17, 2021
Bonus Episode: Homeschool Simplified (The Four-Hour School Day) with Durenda Wilson
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Every parent wants their child to have the best education but when they think about homeschooling they dismiss it due to self-doubt. After remote learning became a reality to parents during the pandemic, many are now faced with the decision of sending their children back into the classroom or continuing with home education. My guest today is author, Durenda Wilson. She is here to discuss how we simplify the homeschooling process. We don’t need to feel overwhelmed by the idea as WE ARE QUALIFIED. Join me to hear how we can take control of our children’s education with confidence and simplify the process while doing so!

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Aug 10, 2021
EP184: 1000 Hours Outside with Ginny Yurich
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Did you know the average American child spends a mere four to seven minutes outside each day. On the flip side, the average American child spends four hours a day on screens. While some of this screen time may serve an educational purpose, there's no way that most kids need that much of it. As parents, it' can be tough to swap screen time for outdoor time but the benefit(s) are so worth the challenge. Here to encourage us in this area is creator of the movement, 1000 Hours Outside (which urges parents to get their children outside for one thousand hours each year), Ginny Yurich. In our conversation she offers practical wisdom and inspiration to help you make outside time a priority in your day-to-day.


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Aug 03, 2021
EP183: Raising Montessori Children with Junnifa Uzodike
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Montessori is a 100-year-old educational method taught at 4,500 Montessori schools around the country, and another 20,000 worldwide. Many successful folks contribute their success to this education model. Today, author, Junnifa Uzodike will join me to give you tips on laying the groundwork to raising successful children as early as when they’re babies. Whether parents have access to a Montessori school or not – the invaluable suggestions she shares will help foster years of learning and set your kids on a road to success.  

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Jul 27, 2021
EP182: Let's Declutter: Arts + Crafts with Melissa Russell
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A question that keeps coming up is: how do I declutter crafts? I knew this was a topic that could be applied to not just kids crafts, but our own. Where do we store it all? Do I have too much? How do I know what to keep and get rid of? Joining me today to tackle these questions (and more) is author of Simple Lion Heart Life, Melissa Russell.

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Jul 20, 2021
Bonus Episode: Potty Training Simplified with Lauren Jones
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The tendency to overcomplicate things can be applied to almost every area, including potty training. I’ve had a handful of listeners reach out wondering how to simplify the process, so I invited Lauren Jones from The Simple Life Project to join me in discussing her tried and true methods.

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Jul 16, 2021
EP181: Gardening with Kids Made Simple with Stephanie Leaf
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How do I cultivate my children’s interest in gardening? What are good activities to increase my child's hands-on involvement in the garden? And what are some good ways to encourage children to feel ownership of the garden? Stephanie Leaf has been writing about gardening, food preservation, and from-scratch cooking over on her blog, Wingin' It On The Homestead and has recently started a podcast where she shares about similar topics.

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Jul 13, 2021
EP180: Love People, Use Things with The Minimalists
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If you’ve been a listener here for awhile, you’ll know that minimalism goes beyond stuff. I’m thrilled to share today’s guests, Joshua Fields Milburn and Ryan Nicodemus - otherwise known as ‘The Minimalists’. Today they’ll dive deeper into the seven essential relationships in our lives: stuff, truth, self, money, values, creativity, and people and how minimalism makes room in our lives to re-evaluate and heal these areas.  


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Jul 06, 2021
Bonus Episode: Social Media, Mental Health & Intentionality with Tara Clark (@ModernMomProbs)
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In today’s bonus episode with Tara Clark (@modernmomprobs), we discuss intentionality and mental health - specifically when it comes to social media. Modern technology is not going to change (if anything, it’ll only capture more areas of our lives.) It’s up to us to MODIFY our behavior. While social media can provide an escape, connect us to friends across the globe and become a useful resource for income, it can quickly become an addiction that takes us away from our priorities, and most importantly, our children. It’s something most of us realize but have a hard time actively combating. What do you do to set boundaries and protect mental health in this area? 

Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Social Media, Mental Health & Intentionality

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Jul 02, 2021
EP179: Creating an Eco-Friendly Playroom with Rachel Classi
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Any family with children will experience their fair share of toys throughout the years. It’s inevitable that some will slip in that have a short longevity; however, being intentional in this area isn’t as hard as it seems and simple strategies can help foster diverse play experiences for children without filing our playroom with junk. Join me today as I talk with founder of Tiny Earth Toys, Rachel Classi. She’ll discuss scientific studies that discuss the benefits of minimal toys in the playroom, how the choices we make about what toys to buy impact our child's play and the environment, what we know about how the toy industry is playing a role in the plastic crisis and tips for parents about how to take the power struggle out of gifting to align with your family values.

Show Notes for EP179: Creating an Eco-Friendly Playroom


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Jun 29, 2021
EP178: Tidying To-Dos for Meaningful and Productive Days with Ashley Barber
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As mothers, we have a lot on our plates to juggle each day. It can be tricky to pin-point what exactly takes priority (especially when everything feels that way). If you struggle with productivity and overall enjoying your days, this conversation may help! Join me for this conversation with Ashley Barber, a KonMari Consultant based in Texas, for some of her best tips to identify and focus energy on what we deem ‘high-priority’ tasks.


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Jun 22, 2021
EP177: Is Bulk Shopping Anti-Minimalist? with Carly Adams
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Are you a member of Costco or Sam’s Club? Wholesale retail stores such as this are able to sell their products for much cheaper than local businesses; however, the question I pose to you and my guest today, Carly Adams, is: is bulk shopping anti-minimalist? There is a certain affordability when it comes to big chains; however, big-box retail stores also promote consumerism due to the sheer volume of products for sale. As we work through this topic, I’m sure you’ll build your own pros and cons list to see whether it’s the right choice for your family.


Show Notes for EP177: Is Bulk Shopping Anti-Minimalist?


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Jun 15, 2021
Bonus Episode: Creating a Simple, Effective Birth Plan with Elizabeth Presta
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Join me today as I speak with Elizabeth Presta about all things regarding a simpler birth plan. Elizabeth is a licensed doula through DONA International and has been practicing since 2013. She is passionate about women’s healthcare and is continually learning. Today she’s here to explain how we can simplify the birth experience, create a simple birth plan, how a doula can help us throughout the process and some of her suggestions for packing the hospital bag. 


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Jun 11, 2021
EP176: Less is Liberation with Christine Platt (@afrominimalist)
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“There’s no way you can be intentional with just your wardrobe or your home. Once you see and experience how good your home and closet feel, you want every area of your life to feel that way.” I wholeheartedly agree this statement from author, Christine Platt (also known in the minimalist community as The Afrominimalist). Christine is my guest today and we’ll discuss her upcoming book, 'authenticity over aesthetics' and how less is liberating in our lives. 


Show Notes for EP176: The Afrominimalist's Guide to Living with Less with Christine Platt


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Jun 08, 2021
EP175: You Don’t Have to Document Everything with Jenna Arvidson
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Do you feel like you need to write in every line of your child’s baby book? Are there days when the camera doesn’t leave your hand? Or do you intentionally keep it tucked away on some family outings? As with most things in life, it’s all about balance, right? Join me and fellow podcast host & photographer, Jenna Arvidson as we talk through the idea of over-documenting our days. We discuss what made Jenna begin to think about over-documentation, how to decide what to document and what not to, easy shifts to simplify this area, and more.


Show Notes for EP175: You Don't Have to Document Everything


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Jun 01, 2021
Bonus Episode: A Simple Meditation Practice with Kelly Smith
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What do you know about meditation? Do you include a meditation practice in your day-to-day? I’ve always wondered the difference between mindfulness and meditation. I know both are know to make your life simpler and yourself happier. Here to answer these questions (and more) today is founder of Yoga For You and host of the Mindful in Minutes Podcast, Kelly Smith.


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May 28, 2021
EP174: Helpful Hints for Living Small with Laura Fenton
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Today’s episode is all about small spaces: How minimalism makes living in a small space easier, but also sometimes forces minimalism upon us (in the best way possible!) Practical advice about being a minimalist mom in a small space - where to start? We’ll also cover ways to “live small” in your existing space. Joining me to discuss these topics is author, Laura Fenton. Laura is the author of The Little Book of Living Small: a comprehensive guide to small-space secrets and real-life solutions for living in 1,200 square feet or less. She writes about home design and sustainability, and is a regular contributor to Apartment Therapy. 


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May 25, 2021
EP173: Embrace a Low Maintenance Skincare Routine with Sarah Otto
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If you’re anything like me, you desire to maintain an everyday skincare routine. That said, it can be time-consuming, expensive and induce unnecessary decision-fatigue. There is so much noise when it comes to what products to use, when to use them and, of course, what is currently ‘on trend’. My goal with this episode is to simplify the amount of energy spent on your skincare routine so that you can open space for things 


Show Notes for EP173: Embrace a Low Maintenance Skincare Routine


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May 18, 2021
Bonus Episode: Intentional Exercise with Brooke Cates
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As women, our bodies are constantly evolving. From puberty to our 20s to our pregnancy and postpartum bodies - there can be a lot of shifts that naturally take place. That said, it makes sense that our workouts should also evolve to fit our season of life. It takes focus and attention to maintain a routine. Today I have founder and CEO of The Bloom Method, Brooke Cates, her to join me to talk about intentionality with exercise. How do we fit exercise into a minimalist lifestyle? Find out what Brooke has to say on this bonus episode of the show.


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May 14, 2021
EP172: "Things I No Longer Buy" with Bridget Utschig
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After years of living a minimalist lifestyle, I’ve noticed that there are certain items I never (or rarely) buy anymore. Some of these you simply can say ‘no’ to while others take a bit more intentionality. My guest today, Bridget Utschig joins me to share her list of twenty items she no longer buys as a minimalist. A lot of her list is curated towards clean living; however, the vast majority of these items are simple shifts you could make that benefit in more ways than one. Also, I wanted to note that some of the items Bridget mentions may require an initial investment; however, moving forward, you’ll no longer need to buy them (at least not as regularly)!


Show Notes for EP172: "Things I No Longer Buy"



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May 11, 2021
Bonus Episode: Minimalism as a Tool to Debt Freedom with Lauren Hooper
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We’ve been talking a lot about frugality and budgeting tips recently; however, we’ve not touched upon how minimalism can actually be a tool to help us reach debt freedom. Joining me today is fellow minimalist, Lauren Hooper to talk about the impact that minimalism has had on her debt freedom. She answers how exactly we can utilize our minimalist habits to finally become debt free, why it’s important to consider the ‘true’ cost when shopping and more.


Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Minimalism as a Tool to Debt Freedom


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May 07, 2021
EP171: Digital Minimalism in Motherhood with Felica Allen
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One of the topics I’m asked about regularly is how to minimize social media and phone usage. Questions such as: there are too many devices in my home, how can I cut down? Is there such a thing as too many? Do you think there’s a healthy place for social media? What are the costs and benefits of pursuing a digital minimalist lifestyle? What does that even look like practically? Joining me today is co-host of the Find the Magic podcast, Felica Allen to discuss all of these questions and more.



Show Notes for EP171: Becoming a Digital Minimalist



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May 04, 2021
Bonus Episode: Education with Purpose with Tiffany Sorya
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Join me for a special bonus episode with the founder and director of Novel Education Group, Tiffany Sorya. Tiffany discovered her passion for teaching in college when she shared her unique and effective teaching methods with her peers. After seeing the positive impact of her individualized approach to learning, she pursued her love for academics by creating her own successful teaching philosophy that transformed homeschooling and tutoring programs throughout Southern California. Today we’ll talk about education with intentionality - specifically, what does purpose look like in the day-to-day? How can we set our children up for success? What does our role look like? We also talk a bit about devices being a part of modern society but how do we place boundaries around them when it comes to our children?


Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Education with Purpose


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Apr 30, 2021
EP170: Four Methods of Debt Payoff with Sami Womack
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Join me today as I speak with Sami Womack regarding debt payoff methods. Sami is the brains behind A Sunny Side Up Life. She’s a budgeting coach, host of a chart-topping podcast, and runs a growing YouTube channel. Her family’s story of paying off $490,000 of debt has been featured on numerous major platforms. 

In this episode we’ll explore four methods for paying off debt. Sami shares the method(s) she used in her own debt journey and the four methods she recommends!


Show Notes for EP170: Four Methods of Debt Payoff with Sami Womack



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Apr 27, 2021
EP169: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living with Liz Frugalwoods
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I’m excited to bring you my conversation with Liz Thames (aka Mrs. Frugalwoods) on today’s episode. For those of you unfamiliar with Liz, she is the author of, Meet the Frugalwoods, the intriguing story of how she and her husband realized that the mainstream path wasn’t for them, crafted a lifestyle of sustainable frugality, and reached financial independence at age thirty-two. While not everyone wants to live in the woods, or quit their jobs, many of us want to have more control over our time and money and lead more meaningful, simplified lives. Today we’ll discuss the motivation to leave the city to pursue homesteading, sacrifices she made to live differently, her best tips to live frugally and more!


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Apr 20, 2021
Bonus Episode: Creating a Simple Baby Registry with Sarah Hollingsworth
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Did you know that approximately 1.5 million people register for baby registries each year. On average, those people register in 3 locations, making the count for baby registries about 4.5 million per year. To say that’s a lot of money spent on baby items is an understatement. Join me today as I talk with creator of Poppylist (a simple baby registry site), Sarah Hollingsworth as we discuss simplifying the baby registry. We discuss simplifying the process of building a registry and how to decide what’s important and least important to add to the list!


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Apr 16, 2021
EP168: Simple Frugality Methods with Jen Smith
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Today I’ll be discussing frugal living hacks with co-host of the Frugal Friends Podcast, Jen Smith. While you don’t have to be a minimalist to be frugal or vice versa, I’d argue that frugality and minimalism are like cousins and oftentimes influence one another. Today's conversation focuses on simple methods for earning extra income, building up savings and a few tips on simple investments.


Show Notes for EP168: Simple Frugality Methods



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Apr 13, 2021
EP167: Maintaining a Tidy Playroom with Tasheena Ticer
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We've discussed toy decluttering but how do we manage the actual toy room? Tasheena Ticer (the voice behind the blog, The Cinnamon Mom) joins me today to share her best tips for where to start, what to keep, how to handle incoming toys and, ultimately, how to maintain a tidy playroom!


Show Notes for EP167: Maintaining a Tidy Playroom


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Apr 06, 2021
EP166: Involving Kids in the Organizing Process with Elise Hay
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Professional organizer, Elise Hay joins me for today’s conversation all about involving kids in the organizing process. While there may be some benefit to organizing without your children, the negative of tackling this task solo is that your child misses out on the growth experience. There is a feeling of reward associated with accomplishment and, it’s my belief that our children should partake in some of that with us. Handling the decluttering for them isn’t necessarily doing them a favor, on the flip side, it may actually do a disservice to you both. By involving your children in the organizing process, you’re enabling them to be more mindful of the items they own. 


Show Notes for EP166: Involving Kids in the Organizing Process


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Mar 30, 2021
Bonus Episode: Body Image: A Simpler Approach with Elizabeth Dall
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Join me today for a special bonus episode on a simpler approach to body image. I spoke with exercise physiologist and health coach, Elizabeth Dall about how we can be more intentional when it comes to this area. We discuss: is there such a thing as a minimalist approach to body image? Are we placing too much emphasis on body image? How do we start to simplify this area? How do we quit turning to food to deal with life and emotions? 


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Mar 26, 2021
EP165: Practical Tips for Decluttering Books with Rebeca Pere
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Sorting through books can be a daunting task: some hold sentimental value while others we save for our 'future self'. It can be a challenge to know where to start! I appreciate home libraries, however, I think it's important to intentionally cultivate our collections. Join me today as we tackle book decluttering with Rebeca Pere. We discuss: the actual process, questions we should ask ourselves as we declutter this area, how to detach from sentimentality around books, decluttering as a homeschool mom and more. At the conclusion of our chat, I’ll take you through more practical step by step tips on how to quickly declutter for the first time. 


Show Notes for EP165: Practical Tips for Decluttering Books


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Mar 23, 2021
EP164: Minimizing Your Child's Wardrobe with Rachelle Crawford
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One of the most stressful things about the morning routine can be getting your children dressed. Whether there are too many clothes or your child has lots of opinions, it can be tough! But it doesn't have to be! I spoke with minimalist, Rachelle Crawford about how to minimize your child's wardrobe. Getting ready in the morning will get easier and more streamlined, as you won't have to wade through worn out, too small or stained clothing for them to find something to wear. It may seem like an exhausting process but the end result will be of huge benefit. What a sense of relief you'll feel when this area is finally tackled!


Show Notes for EP164: Minimizing Your Child's Wardrobe


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Mar 16, 2021
EP163: Minimalist Living: Cattle Farming with Caitlin Henderson
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Join me today as we finish out the Minimalist Living series. You’ll hear from minimalists living on boats, NYC, coverted-van living, traveling the world, and, on today’s episode, a cattle farm with author, Caitlin Henderson. Today you’ll hear about Caitlin’s transition into farm living, what the day-to-day looks like for her and her family, a bit about homeschooling and how to practice slow living in any environment. As with each of these minimalist living interviews, I loved hearing how minimalism has influenced life in these areas and my hope is that it encourages you in your own minimalist pursuits (or maybe even prompts you to change up your lifestyle- you never know)!


Show Notes for EP163: Minimalist Living: Cattle Farming


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Mar 12, 2021
EP162: Minimalist Living: World Travel with Rosie (+ Adam) Copp
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Today is the fourth in a series called Minimalist Living. You’ll hear from minimalists living on boats, NYC, coverted-van living, and, on today’s episode, world travel, with the woman behind The Irish Mummy, Rosie Copp (and special guest, her husband Adam Copp). I told Rosie and Adam during the episode that I was pleasantly surprised where the conversation took us. Rosie spent some time discussing how she worked through decluttering sentimental items while grieving the loss of her mother. I appreciated her insight in this area and hope it helps anyone listening that may be going through the same process. As with each of these 'Minimalist Living' interviews, I loved hearing how minimalism has influenced life in these areas and my hope is that it encourages you in your own minimalist pursuits (or maybe even prompts you to change up your lifestyle- you never know)!


Show Notes for EP162: Minimalist Living: World Travel


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Mar 09, 2021
EP161: Minimalist Living: Boating with Jessica Sueiro
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Today is the third in a series called Minimalist Living. You’ll hear from minimalists living on boats, NYC, converted-van living, and, on today’s episode, a traveling the world with Jessica Sueiro. Jessica and her family are currently living on a sailboat in the Mediterranean. She and her family have visited seventy countries in their quest to provide a global education for their children, while building a deeper bond as a family. They document their adventures on their YouTube channel: WorldTowning. Jessica shared how she has had to remain minimalist throughout their many world travels and how living this way has allowed her family to prioritize relationships and experiences over things. 


Show Notes for EP161: Minimalist Living: World Travel


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Mar 02, 2021
EP160: Minimalist Living: Life on the Road with Laura Bruner
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Today is the second in a four week series called Minimalist Living. You’ll hear from minimalists living on boats, NYC, traveling the world, and, on today’s episode, a converted van! Fellow podcaster, Laura Bruner joined me to discuss living and parenting in a converted van, what was been easier (and trickier) while living on the road... I loved hearing how minimalism has influenced life in these areas and my hope is that it encourages you in your own minimalist pursuits (or maybe even prompts you to change up your lifestyle- you never know)!


Show Notes for EP160: Minimalist Living: Life on the Road


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Feb 23, 2021
EP159: Minimalist Living: The Big Apple with Elizabeth Passarella
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Today begins a four week series called Minimalist Living. You’ll hear from minimalists living on boats, in vans, traveling the world, and, on today’s episode, New York City! Author, Elizabeth Passarella, joined me to discuss parenting in the city, what has been trickier (and easier) while living in smaller spaces and more... I loved hearing how minimalism has influenced life in these areas and my hope is that it encourages you in your own minimalist pursuits (or maybe even prompts you to change up your lifestyle- you never know)!


Show Notes for EP159: Minimalist Living: The Big Apple


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Feb 16, 2021
Bonus Episode: Simplifying Your Child's Sleep with Sierra Dante
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Join me today for a special bonus episode on simplifying children’s sleep. I spoke with sleep consultant, Sierra Dante about how parents can simplify their approach (is there really is such a thing???), some of her best tips to getting our babies to sleep better, how we can assist our children to become better sleepers and more… It’s our hope that listeners will walk away from this episode with a framework to better understand (and provide) for the sleep needs of their families, so they can be present and enjoy their waking time together more. 


Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Simplifying Children's Sleep


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Feb 13, 2021
EP158: There's No Such Thing as Bad Weather with Linda McGurk
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Have you heard of the line, “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes”? In a more straightforward manner it means: go outside. I love and agree with this notion as I try to get myself outside even when temperatures dip under freezing or quickly make me break a sweat due to humidity (which I prefer less than cold). Anyways, a couple of years ago, I stumbled upon the book, There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather: A Scandinavian Mom’s Secrets for Raising Healthy, Resilient, and Confident Kids. It changed my perspective when it came to getting my kids outside. I felt freer, and more accepting of dirt and mud. All of that to say, it’s quite cold in Ohio right now and I was thinking about how important it still is for children to get outside (even for just 15 minutes here and there) so I reached out to author, Linda McGurk to see if she’d join me to share about how we can encourage our children outside each day, the differences in American and Scandinavian parenting, how to manage weather extremes and much more...


Show Notes for EP158: There's No Such Thing as Bad Weather


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Feb 09, 2021
EP157: To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade with Carleen Armstead
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As a society, we're obsessed with upgrading. Whether it's the latest smart phone, a new car, furniture, or home. We must 'keep up with the Jones' (and also, we just really like new and shiny things). As someone pursuing a minimalist lifestyle, it can be tough to hold back. That's why I asked fellow minimalist, Carleen Armstead (and special guest appearance from her husband) to discuss this very thing.


Show Notes for EP157: To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade with Carleen Armstead


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Feb 02, 2021
EP156: Sustainable Minimalism on a Budget with Stephanie Seferian
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Today I bring you my conversation with author and fellow podcaster, Stephanie Seferian. Stephanie speaks on topics such as sustainability, minimalism, zero-waste living, decluttering, parenting + conscious consumerism. She recently released her first book, Sustainable Minimalism and one of the topics she wrote about is how to achieve a low waste home on a budget. She shares some eco friendly behaviors that are FREE, ways to shift your spending mindset, how to flex your purchasing power as a consumer and how to avoid greenwashing and more.


Show Notes for EP156: Sustainable Minimalism on a Budget


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Jan 26, 2021
EP155: Simplify Your Laundry Routine with Kelly Briggs
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Today's episode will focus on creating a minimalist laundry routine. I asked Kelly Briggs of A Simple Home Mom to join me for this conversation. She will first take you through her simple laundry routine and then provide encouragement as you create your own.



Show Notes for EP155: Simplify Your Laundry Routine


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Jan 19, 2021
EP154: The Science of Minimalism with Evie Granville + Sarah Davis
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Today I bring you my conversation with authors (and fellow podcasters), Evie Granville and Sarah Davis. They are real-life best friends and moms to six young kids. Their advice has been featured in Parents, MSN, Reader's Digest and other media outlets. Today, we talk about the science of minimalism as researched in their book, Modern Manners for Moms & Dads.


Show Notes for EP154: The Science of Minimalism


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Jan 12, 2021
EP153: Creating a Minimalist Pantry (+ Simple Meals) with Melissa Constantinou
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Join me today as I bring you my conversation with personal chef, Melissa Constantinou. We discussed pantry staples and she even provided us with a few of her favorite simple meals. This is less of a decluttering episode (check back to episode 141) and more of a 'how to create’ the minimalist pantry. 


Show Notes for EP153: Creating a Minimalist Pantry (+ Simple Meals)


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Jan 05, 2021
Bonus Episode: Winter Wellness Made Simple with Amy Hudgens
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In today’s episode, founder of The Nourished Girls Project, Amy Hudgens joins me to talk about winter wellness tips. We’ll discuss simple tips for not just ourselves, but our children, too. I hope this is one you’ll share with your friends - especially if you live in a particularly cold area where it’s tougher to get outside during this part of the year.


Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Winter Wellness Made Simple


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Jan 02, 2021
EP152: Simplifying Our Approach to Longevity with Marta Zaraska
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Today I bring you my conversation with author and journalist, Marta Zaraska. We spoke about longevity and how we can actually apply our minimalist mindset when it comes to pursuing a long, healthy life. It’s Marta’s belief that the very same efforts that rejuvenate our bodies and help us live long also help us grow as people: nurturing relationships, developing better mental habits, becoming kinder, more empathic, more involved in the community. We become so fixated on miracle diets, miracle foods, miracle supplements etc. We skip gluten and invest in exercise gadgets. We swallow vitamins. We obsess about BMI. While healthy nutrition and physical activity are indeed important for health, there are things we all too often sacrifice that have an outsize impact on our centenarian potential. Friendships. Purpose in life. Empathy. Kindness. Volunteering. Science shows that these 'soft' health drivers are often more powerful than diet and exercise. Throughout the episode, we'll dive into more of what Marta has researched in her book.


Show Notes for EP152: Simplifying Our Approach to Longevity


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Dec 29, 2020
Bonus Episode: The Joy of Reusable Diapers with Laura Tweedale
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Today I bring you a special bonus episode with author, Laura Tweedale. Our conversation focuses around her book, The Joy of Reusable Nappies. (If you aren't familiar with the term: nappy is British for diaper). Laura was lovely to speak with and provided a gentle, supportive guide on using and caring for reusable nappies.


Show Notes for Bonus Episode: The Joy of Reusable Nappies with Laura Tweedale


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Dec 26, 2020
EP151: Post Holiday Decluttering [Re-Air]
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I decided to drop this episode again this year because I wanted to provide you with some encouragement for post-holiday decluttering. Take advantage of this special time of year- a lot of you may not have work OR you may be able to utilize your children that are on holiday break. Whatever the case may be, I am here to assist you as you calm the chaos of the holidays!


Show Notes for EP151: Post Holiday Decluttering


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Dec 22, 2020
Bonus Episode: Simplifying Our Approach to Scripture with Kristy Cambron
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Join me today for a bonus interview with author, Kristy Cambron. Kristy is a historical fiction author who has also recently released a line of verse mapping study bibles. If you can’t tell from the title, this episode is geared towards Christians; I myself proclaim to be a follower of Jesus; however, it’s my desire that this podcast isn’t geared towards one isolated perspective. I hope if you don’t consider yourself religious you’ll listen along or join me back here next week to pick up with our regular Tuesday episodes. I do have an audience of Christian followers and this input was too important to me to pass up. With the new year approaching, I know a lot of us desire to dive into Scripture but feel as though we 1) don’t know where to start or 2) don’t have the time. Kristy will share what it means to ‘verse map’ and how it can help you approach the Word in an unmuddied, efficient, meaningful way. 


Show Notes for Bonus Episode: Simplifying Our Approach to Scripture


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Dec 18, 2020
EP150: What Are You Saying "Yes" To? with Jennifer Burnham
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Today I bring you my conversation with simplicity coach, Jennifer Burnham. This is Jennifer's second time on the podcast (her first appearance was back on episode eighty-two). Jennifer is a believer in that organizing isn't complicated, time is sacred, and money is a renewable resource. Her work is dedicated to listening to the story your stuff is telling and then helps you rewrite it one room at a time. In this conversation, we'll discuss whether our possessions are the chain or the anchor in life, how to plan our way out of 'busy-ness' and how to create more white space in our schedules.


Show Notes for EP150: What Are You Saying "Yes" To?


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Dec 15, 2020
EP149: [Post-Holiday] Should to Good
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I called today’s episode ‘post-holiday should to good’. The week between Christmas and the New Year can leave me in a bit of a funk/fog. There are things we feel like we should do but, my guest today, Robyn Conley Downs, believes we should turn the should into good.


It’s pretty easy to go through your to-do list and start seeing which items you are doing because you feel like you should. So quickly, this season that is supposed to be full of light, joy, and hope, adds up in tasks from various categories. Whether you feel that you should because you used to in the past or because you see someone else doing it, flipping the script to how you want to feel, from should to good, will allow you to reclaim your experience, attention, and energy.


Show Notes for EP149: [Post Holiday] Should to Good


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Dec 08, 2020
EP148: Thrifted Gifting with Whitney Varnau
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I have a fun episode for you today. We’ll be talking about thrifted Christmas gift bundles. My friend, Whitney Varnau will be joining me to discuss what exactly a thrifted gift bundle is and how exactly she organizes these bundles for her virtual thrift shop. I’ll also end the podcast with some of my ideas for creating bundles of your own. 


Show Notes for EP148: Thrifted Gifting


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Dec 01, 2020
EP147: Have Yourself a Minimalist Christmas with Meg Nordmann
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Today I’m talking Christmas minimalism with author, Meg Nordman. Her recent release, Have Yourself a Minimalist Christmas, is a great resource as you navigate the holiday season. We live in a society where we’re bombarded with advertisements and, let’s be honest, our children’s irrational input; it’s hard to be decisive and intentional when it comes to the holiday season. I hope this episode assists you as you simplify your homes, schedules and gift giving this year.


Disclaimer: Maybe don't listen to this one with the kiddos - we discuss Santa around the halfway point!


Show Notes for EP147: Have Yourself a Minimalist Christmas


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Nov 24, 2020
Minimalist Mom Spotlight: Jeannette Cleveland
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A new series focused on ‘real’ minimalist moms: It’s odd to refer to this series that way but I wanted to encourage the everyday mom that you don’t have to go to extremes (or have a giant platform) to influence minimalism to those around you.


About Jeanette:

Jeannette Cleveland is a Christian, a wife and a stay-at-home mama of 3 small children ages 4, 2, and 10 months. Before having kids, she taught math at a public high school in Durham, North Carolina. She enjoys reading about simple living, counseling others on personal finance through her church, and hosting people in her home.


Jeannette began pursuing a minimalist lifestyle about 4 years ago after the birth of her first child. A few months into the journey her life was dramatically altered when her little brother passed away of an opioid overdose at the age of 24. Minimalism has been a helpful tool for her as she has navigated grief and processed physical & emotional baggage in the wake of his death.


Pursuing a minimalist lifestyle has helped keep her home, budget, and life from being filled to the max with trivial stuff so she can focus on what matters most to her: loving others. She views the greatest gift of minimalism to be how it frees up space and resources so one can be more generous and more hospitable with less stress.


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Nov 20, 2020
EP146: Decluttering the Living Room [Room by Room Series] with Krista O'Davi
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Join me today as I bring you the next episode in the series: Decluttering Room by Room. I’ve asked six women to join me in tackling various areas in our home. We’ll chat about how to keep each space minimal and most efficient for our families. In this episode, Alissa Henry (minimalist mom + TV Host) will take us through bedroom decluttering. 

Show Notes for EP146: Decluttering the Living Room [Room by Room Series]


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Nov 17, 2020