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7 Inspiring blogs about living intentionally

by Aug 17, 20216 comments

Wonderful resources for mindful living

These are great reads if you are looking to:

  • Live mindfully
  • Make sustainable, environmentally sound choices
  • Change your relationship with things and ownership
  • Simplify your mind, your home and your life
  • Create a life of gratitude, joy and compassion

The Good Trade

thegoodtrade.com

The Good Trade is a leading resource and community for sustainability, slow living, and self-love. It includes posts on sustainable fashion and lifestyle and offers a newsletter called ‘The Daily Good” that features inspirational quotes, recommendations, and reviews.

The Minimalists

theminimalists.com

 The Minimalists, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus help over 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and Netflix films.  Lots of resources and links including a 21-day journey into minimalism

Minimalists don’t focus on having less, less, less. We focus on making room for more: more time, more peace, more creativity, more experiences, more contribution, more contentment, more freedom. Clearing the clutter frees up the space.

Zen Habits with Leo Babauta

zenhabits.net

Zen Habits is about finding simplicity and mindfulness in the daily chaos of our lives. It’s about clearing the clutter so we can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, find happiness.

Zen Habits features articles on simplicity, health & fitness, motivation and inspiration, frugality, family life, happiness, goals, getting great things done, and living in the moment.

No Sidebar

nosidebar.com

Every day, more stuff comes into our lives: stuff in our home, stuff on our calendar, and stuff cluttering our minds. All that stuff gets in the way of where we really want to go and who we really want to be … it’s time to make a change.

It’s time to get rid of the excess and focus on the essentials.

It’s time for the clarity and peace of mind that come from paring down. It’s time for the freedom and confidence that come from making your own best choices. It’s time to design a simple life.

Becoming Minimalist

becomingminimalist.com

Josuha Becker offers a blog (with frequent guest posters), bestselling books about reducing and keeping down the clutter, and weekly videos on YouTube.

Most importantly, Becoming Minimalist is designed to inspire others to pursue their greatest passions by owning fewer possessions.

Reduce Reuse Renew

reducereuserenewblog.com

I’m a self-described anxious eco-minimalist mom, and I know I’m not alone. Reduce, Reuse, Renew is a lifestyle blog that aims to meet you where you’re at in terms of a minimalist and low waste lifestyle. I help women navigate the roadblocks that can come up along the way.

LAURA posts about mindfulness, minimalism, anxiety and zero -waste lifestyle.

Fairy Positive

fairypositiveblog.wordpress.com

Fairy Positive is a new blog that I am really enjoying for uplifting blogs and tips.  Laura Orsini is an author, artist, podcaster, social alchemist, thought leader, and change agent who has written three books on gratitude.  She is currently blogging on her series, The ABCs of Positivity.  Each one is illustrated with a delightful original collage.

An Antidote to the Worries of the World

More to come

Watch for future inspirational blog links.  
And feel free to share your favorites in the comments.

Mary Elizabeth O'Toole

Mary Elizabeth O'Toole

Educator, Artist, Storyteller

6 Comments

  1. Marc Cohen

    I am drawn to these topics. I have taken steps towards a minimalist lifestyle. I’m making a conscious effort to eliminate clutter, both physical items and mental chatter. I’m also learning the importance of spending more time doing what is important to me. Thanks for sharing these resources.

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    • Mary Elizabeth

      I am on that same journey to continue to reduce clutter – physical, mental and digital. I have good tips in these resources and hope you find some information of value as well. best on your journey.

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  2. Lily Leung

    I have followed 3 of the mentioned – The Minimalists, Zen Habits and Becoming Minimalist. I’m sure they’ve all helped.

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    • Mary Elizabeth

      There are so many great tips and resources.

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  3. Dominique

    I am not familiar with any of these blogs — I will take a look. My husband is a big fan of John Maxwell and completed his big course.

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    • Mary Elizabeth

      I hope that you find something of value in the links. I’m not familiar ith John Maxell courses but based on his quotes expect that they must be uplifting. Thanks for commenting.

      Reply

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