The first reaction of moms is that it’s impossible to be a minimalist if you have children. Most people question, “Is minimalism good for kids?” Short answer, yes. Long answer, stripping your child of all physical objects will more than likely cause long term trauma. However, getting your child to
Most Americans don’t have a first passport, so suggesting you to get a second passport might be an odd concept to understand. Having a second gives you more freedom, an exit strategy from your existing country, and possibly even tax benefits. This week a list was published highlighting the only
Gen X generation grew up in an era where there was no such thing as individual screen time for kids. When we watched television it was as a family while we used commercial breaks as bathroom breaks. These days Gen Z kids are getting up to nine hours per day
I love the misconception that minimalists don’t or shouldn’t buy anything. In fact there is an entire market for minimalist products because we demand high quality and aren’t afraid to pay for it. Don’t get me wrong, while we love to save money, it does save money in the long
Kids have the biggest advantage in accumulating wealth, time. If you teach kids about money while they are young, then they have more years of compounding wealth to enjoy later in life. Less money saved now, but for longer, is the secret formula. Every time your kid gets a dollar
The most overrated advice surrounding entrepreneurship is that people should follow their passions. Everyone seems to think that their passion is well suited to become a profitable business. This could not be further from the truth. Not everything you are passionate about could or should become a profitable and sustainable
Hi, I’m Veronica, mom of two girls who are 5 & 7, I’m also a minimalist. Now that we have that out of the way, I’ll tell ya, the most common thing I hear is that moms can’t be minimalists. I chalk that assumption up to a misunderstanding of minimalism.
Motivation is the cornerstone of progress in our lives. In entrepreneurship circles this is often referred to as “your why.” Your why is the ultimate reason you do things. Almost everyone has at least some answer as to their why. Parents will commonly say their reason to work hard is