Posts tagged minimalist design
Slow Morning Rituals with a Norwegian Breakfast

Growing up, the best part about holidays was getting to stay at my Norwegian grandparents’ house for the weekend. I always looked forward to the special breakfast that my grandma made for us every morning. Weekends were about slowing down, spending quality time together, and enjoying a simple breakfast.

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7 Simple Tips for a Scandinavian Christmas

Growing up with Norwegian heritage in my family, our holidays are always celebrated the traditional Scandinavian way. This means lots of fresh greenery, homemade recipes made with fresh ingredients, and handmade Christmas ornaments. I appreciate these thoughtful gestures even more now that I bring minimalist practices into my home. Here are 7 simple tips for a Scandinavian Christmas.

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I Said Goodbye to Compulsive Consumerism

It’s not everyday that my mom gets me a present out of the blue. Of course, there are birthdays and holidays, but other than that, we try not to buy a lot of unnecessary things. Especially in the last year, I started looking at things differently. And I literally mean things. This simple shift in perspective has led me to say goodbye to compulsive consumerism.

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Daydreams: A French Farmhouse

Sometimes I get lost in daydreams, thinking about how I would design the perfect French Farmhouse. I imagine myself walking through each room and admiring every detail. When you think of a home with a heartbeat, it suddenly takes on an identity of its own. My dream house would flow with inspiration to make the world a better place.

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5 Instagram Accounts that Will Make You Feel Inspired

Before I started my blog, I did a ton of research on how to become a successful blogger. I watched countless Youtube videos, read several articles, and listened to podcasts where bloggers shared their tips and tricks on how to grow a following. In the beginning, I felt so overwhelmed by these guidelines that I started to feel like blogging wasn’t for me, and I hadn’t even started!

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Minimalist Fall Decorating Tips

I’m just going to say “It feels like fall” on a daily basis until “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.” That won’t get annoying, will it? When decorating for fall, I like simple and earthy tones with some thoughtful details for atmosphere. To keep it minimal, try to use what you already own and just move things around to change the space. Here are the minimalist fall decorating tips to create an intentional, thoughtful home.

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