Showing posts from 2022

Coming soon!

Hello friends! I have a few things in the works and am excited to tell about them!  First, I have a new photo for my Products from Mindful Kim Facebook page, this blog and it might even go in a few new places... ... like maybe a new Patreon page! I'm also thinking of either changing an old YouTube channel or starting a brand new one, for professional content only. As well as my Facebook groups, like Our Minimalist Lifestyle.  I need to get more organized and consistent.  Any tips on YouTube or Patreon would be appreciated! Either on OML, one of my FB pages or via email MindfullyCleanKim [at]  Thanks! 🥰🙏🏻

Fall 2022 Life Update

It's been a hot minute since I published a blog. Like about a year, I think. So much has happened in the past year so I thought I'd give an update. Some might remember a previous update,  and if not, here's a quick one from 3 years ago. My husband left us. Abruptly. As in, stood up from his lawn chair, got in his truck and that was it. Not a word about what was happening. So, I didn't even know what was going on until he came back while we were out and took his camping trailer and a few belongings. It was Aug 23rd, 2019, our 11th wedding anniversary (together 14 yrs and I had known him 17 yrs). We had a child (then nearly 12) and an animal sanctuary. That's when it got REALLY nasty.  It took 2 years to get the separation agreement done and I was then forced to sell my inherited home and I was forced to uproot my family. It was terrible. But, we are on the mend and enjoying living in town. My daughter has only ever known one home. Same with al

Top Minimalist Books to Date?

There might be affiliate links on this page, which means I get a small commission of anything you buy (at no cost to you!). As an Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Please do your own research before making any online purchase. I remember getting an email where the author says these are her top 5 books about minimizing.... 📕THE JOY OF LESS by Francine Jay 📒SIMPLIFY by Joshua Becker 📙THE POWER OF LESS by Leo Babauta 📗THE LIFE-CHANGING MAGIC OF TIDYING UP by Marie Kondo 📘ESSENTIALISM by Greg McKeown I really liked the Joy of Less and The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up but Courtney Carver's Soulful Simplicity was my all-time favourite. "Essentialism" in on my wish-list to read, I get a magazine called "Simplify" that The Minimalists co-founded and I have my own large minimalist group for inspiration but what about you?? Favourites? Wish-list items? Where is your go-to to inspire your simple lifestyle? Far too often society, family and friends ar