From Clutter & Chaos to Freedom & Joy
My mission is to help you transform your home into a peaceful space with airy closets, organized cupboards and sparkling clear countertops.
I started my journey to minimalism in 2008, struggling with depression and horribly embarrassed by the messy state of our home.
My goal for pursuing minimalism was to find contentment and joy in spending time with family and being able to focus on Christ. What I found was that minimalism wasn’t the answer. But it is a tool to use to help you focus on what’s important.
Minimalism doesn’t provide what you are looking for, but it can eliminate all the distractions as you are on that journey
To help others turn their home into their own personal oasis.
Having found an immense amount of freedom with minimalism, it's my goal to share the methods of simplifying and the tools that I had to rely on (and still do!) to maintain a home that is easy to take care of and a joyful space to live.
2020 in 2020
Each year I host a decluttering challenge. This year we are ridding our homes of 2,020 items!
Join 36,010 others and get your free tally chart to keep you motivated through the year.
36,010 members and growing, this amazing group of ladies are making a difference in their home this year following the yearly challenge and encouraging one another along the way.
Products to help you simplify your life:
Do you want to live minimally, but keep procrastinating? You plan to declutter, set goals to declutter, do some, but it never is enough to feel the freedom that comes with minimalism. The truth is, decluttering is WORK. The decisions to actually let things go is hard, but every time you do, it feels good…Read More
So, you want to declutter, but don’t know what to focus on? When you start decluttering, do you tend to grab things from all over the house, randomly decluttering and never feel like it makes any difference? You know, because you start in the junk drawer, and find the missing foot from the coffee pot,…Read More
Do you long to live with intention? These 21 exercises will help you begin living your everyday life with intention. It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of life. Even as a minimalist, I have to be very intentional with how I spend my time. And I know I’m not the only one.…Read More
Minimalist Mindset Journaling Prompts 7 Audios Each day you will get an audio file walking you through the journaling exercise of the day. Only a couple of minutes long, but packed with helpful information to get your thoughts flowing. 7 Printables A workbook to go along with your journaling prompts, so you can reference it…Read More
Are you ready for a home that cleans itself? The house can get out of control and feel like an overwhelming burden. The dishes in the sink are never-ending. The laundry is even worse with the piles of clean getting mixed up with the piles of dirty. The cupboards are busting and the idea of…Read More
My husband Brian and I live in Montana with 3 of our 6 children still at home. Our children range in age from 6-years-old on up to a 24-year-old Marine, who is now married and serving in Virginia (and a grandbaby!). We enjoy nature, being creative; drawing (check out my collection of coloring books!), painting, and participating in our local renaissance festival with Brian's (and the kids) chainmaille designs.