A Few of Our Favorite Guest Posts from 2017
Every week we try to share something interesting, educational, entertaining or inspirational with our readers through posts we write for Life and Whim’s Journal. But this is not the only place where we produce content. Over the past year we’ve been fortunate to have formed relationships with other online platforms who have invited us to share our thoughts with their own audiences.
We have exciting new collaborations coming in 2018 as well, so stay tuned for great content on our site and beyond in the coming year!
Simple Holiday Traditions for the Minimalist Family
Were the holidays a bit too hectic for your liking this year? Did you feel like all of the busyness, gift giving, and social obligations obscured the real meaning of the season? If so, get some ideas and inspiration to establish new and simple holiday traditions from this post on No Sidebar.
5 Simple Ways to Spend More Time Outside as a Family
Looking to add more outdoor adventures to your family to-do list in 2018? Check out this post we did for Simple as That which is chock full of ideas to help get the whole family out into the great outdoors.
Discover Enchantment at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons in Traverse City
The Village at Grand Traverse Commons is one of our favorite places to spend time as a family – it’s home to the Fairy Trails after all! In this post for Grand Rapids Kids, we share some of the best hikes, food and family friendly activities you can enjoy at the Commons all year round.
How Minimalism Empowers the Pursuit of Big, Ambitious Dreams
We’re by no means minimalists in the purest sense of the word, but we have made it a priority in recent years to try to live a simpler, more purposeful life. At the same time, with the growth of Life and Whim, and a recent transformation we’ve made with our marketing agency, we’ve been busy chasing some big dreams. We’ve found that the real power of a minimalist mindset is that it helps to create the space and time to pursue more things that matter, and less that don’t. Check out this post for No Sidebar in which we discuss the fact that minimalism not only doesn’t stand in the way of achievement (no matter how you define it), it’s what fuels it.