Minimalism as a parent
One thing that I’m pretty adamant about is that nobody has more need for minimalism than parents. Whether you choose to live a lifestyle of minimalism as a parent or not, I think we can all agree that parents today have way more expectations of them now than throughout history.
Childcare is more expensive than ever and, in most households, both parents work. In fact, double income is the standard and so expenses have increased to correlate with that standard. Social standards frown upon time off of work and praise overworking, busyness, and lack of rest. I could go on and on because I lived in the rat race for years.
Trust me, I get it.
Minimalism as a parent seems difficult and I’m sure you have your own real-life complications. But I also truly believe that I can help. Minimalism will help you to slow down, prioritize, and simplify your life’s craziness. Promise.
Head on over to the article and learn the strategies I use every day to break-through the chaos!
I want to thank Sheila over at a Practigal Blog for inviting me to share these 4 components to minimalism as a parent with her readers. Be sure to stick around and check out some of her awesome articles on prioritizing, simplifying, organizing, and introversion!
For more articles to help you get started with minimalism for your family, check out: ‘5 epic routines to keep down family clutter’, ‘How to find enough in minimalism: approaches to finding your balance‘, and ‘10 10-minute decluttering tasks to help you get started‘.
For more inspiration, check out my IG at the bottom of the page :).