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THE MINI MINIMALISTA

DIY RACE BIB DISPLAY

With a family full of runners, we have more race bibs than we can count. They represent fun times and great accomplishments, which should be proudly displayed. The problem is that no one ever knows where to put them; so... Continue Reading →

AVOCADO CHICKEN SALAD

Let's be honest, everyone can use a healthy alternative to chicken salad.   INGREDIENTS: 3 cups Chicken (cooked as desired & shredded) 1 medium Avocado 2 Green Onions 2 Celery stalks 1 Tomato Cilantro to taste Lime juice to taste... Continue Reading →

THE DANGER OF SHOPPING SALES

A recent post by The Minimalsts has my retail-trained brain spinning. But I know they're right.  Read it here.  We're taught at an early age that if something's on "sale" then it's a good "deal"; but what if we don't need... Continue Reading →

TRAVEL WITH CREDIT CARD REWARDS

While I'm hesitant to post any sort of financial advice, I constantly get asked "How do you afford to take all these trips?" So I want to share what I've learned the past few years. Credit cards allow me to... Continue Reading →

PACKING FOR GREECE

To avoid lugging around big suitcases and being charged extra airline fees, we decided to backpack our way through 10 days in Greece. Carrying on a backpack definitely aligns with my Minimalist packing efforts, but it took some planning. We went a... Continue Reading →

3 DAYS IN CUBA

Due to the ease of tensions between the United States and Cuba, more Americans are adding Cuba to their future travel list. While my initial online searches left my head spinning, I eventually found that traveling to Cuba was easier than I thought, I just... Continue Reading →

BEST DRESSED MET GALA

"Fashion Prom" has come and gone, but not without some noteworthy risk-takers. Keep in mind this "Best Dressed" list is a little out of my comfort zone and these looks are the opposite of minimalistic. But given the circumstances, I... Continue Reading →

HOW TO SELL ON POSHMARK

As an aspiring minimalist, I find that one of the most difficult parts of removing excess "things" from my life is deciding what to do with them. Especially when it comes to my closet. If you want to see the... Continue Reading →

PUERTO RICO ITINERARY

Traveling to Puerto Rico is pretty easy for a U.S. citizen- no need for a passport and no need to exchange money. A short 5-day trip full of culture, adventure and new experiences was exactly what we were looking for.... Continue Reading →

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