What Your Unworn Clothes Can Teach You About Personal Style

Those unworn clothes hiding in your closet? They can teach you A TON about your personal style and what types of clothing actually work for you. Many women around the world only wear about 20-35% of their wardrobe (but believe … more

How to Fall in Love with Your Closet Again

A question that comes up a lot when discussing a capsule wardrobe (although this doesn’t just apply to capsules!) is: “Doesn’t it get boring/dull/uninspiring wearing the same clothes all the time?” I chatted a bit about this in my recent … more

How We (Almost) Furnished Our Whole House Without Buying Anything New

I recently posted a video showing the process of moving into our new house and trying to furnish and decorate it as sustainably as we could. One way we did this was getting as much as possible secondhand, and overall … more

How to Tell Good vs. Poor Quality

One of the best ways to shop more sustainably is by buying good quality pieces. Not only will they last you longer and save the waste, energy, and resources needed to replace them, but even if you stop needing the … more

Tidying Up Responsibly

After Marie Kondo’s hit Netflix show Tidying Up launched this year, people around the world have been asking themselves if their stuff “sparks joy” and decluttering the items that don’t. While I love that the show has inspired people to … more

Spring 10×10 Challenge

I decided to do the 10×10 Challenge again this spring. It’s such a fun way to do a “mini capsule” and try out some different combinations. These are the 10 items I chose Denim jacket Beige cardigan Grey cotton jumper … more

Spring Capsule Wardrobe

(please note: this post contains someΒ affiliate links)   Time for another capsule wardrobe! I’m pretty excited for spring and have brought a few lighter colours into my closet through natural dyeing (which I’ll be doing a video about later). Here … more

Carry-On Packing for an 8 Day Trip

My husband Ben and I just got back from a lovely trip to Lisbon and Sintra and here’s a video of what I brought. We were there for 8 days plus a travel day where we arrived later in the … more

10 Ways to Change your Shopping Habits

Changing your shopping habits can be really difficult. We often shop for fun, as a reward, to de-stress, or to spend time with friends or family but bad shopping habits typically result in impulse purchases, unworn clothes, a cluttered closet, … more

Minimalist Christmas Decorations

This holiday season keep it green by using natural and re-purposed materials in your decorations. Here’s 5 easy DIY projects that are festive, minimalist, and sustainable. Wintery Branches You will need: branches jar salt string/yarn a fork scissors Find some … more

Minimalism & Gift Giving – How to Talk to Friends & Family about Unwanted Gifts

What do you do if you’re trying to live sustainably or minimally but your family or friends love giving presents? This can be a difficult topic and conversation to have. Gift giving a certain way can become a tradition for … more

Build a Capsule Wardrobe with Colour

There’s a common misconception that capsule wardrobes need to be neutral coloured. Many examples are all neutrals or have a single accent colour but this doesn’t mean your capsule has to be white/grey/black as well. This misconception is also part … more