Wasabi Honey Bee
Beauty that Moves
Rowdy Kittens – about minimalism
Wired – Brain Blog
Wrapped in a Vast Sky
The Happiness Project
Annie at Home
Le monde de Sucrette
Donna O’Donnell’s blog
Seeking Joy, Pursuing Love
Floret Flower Farm
Apples and Pears
Homeschooling Cowgirl Foodie
and more to come….. just a matter of time….poco a poco
Hi I am a midwife in london, wife, mother to 2 boys and living a minamilist and simple life. It is hectic like yours which is why I also avoid buying anything except groceries, running trainers and my kids sporting activities. I love my minimal white home it is a sixties three storey terraced town house with minimal furnishings, in the ground floor kitchen we have a dining table and 6 chairs as we love to sit down together is also good for school work etc we have our PC in here too. a TV, sofa, footstool and 2 chairs in the lounge then 3 beds in the 3 bedrooms and a piece of glass on top of a pair of metal trestles with a filing cabinet and 2 extra chair sin the box room over the stairs my husband uses when he works from home. My boys have some books and a few tubs of toys but mainly lego. As we live in london we cycle almost everywhere, school, activities, me to work etc or take the train my husband drives to his office when he is around (he works away a lot so flies!) as it is 25 miles out of town. We dont buy many gifts prefering experiences instead, the children get gifts at christmas and birthday but generally 1 pre chosen lego piece and a couple of add ons like a book chocolate new PJ’s etc.I find other peoples houses so cluttered and disorganised. Financially we are also in good shape as we have no desire to buy the latest fad. I look forward to reading more about yout travels. we had a brilliant adventure this summer touring cornwall and staying in a different hostel every night much better than the £3000 we could have spent staying in a resort hotel in spain going to the same beach and eating the same buffet every night!
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