Minimalist Camping Essentials

Our family loves to travel. We also love to camp. We love being outdoors, meeting like-minded people, and having quick access to nature for the weekend. Our family has tent camped, which I grew up loving as a kid, and we have had a pop-up camper, which we also really enjoyed. When the kids and…

8 Tips For Keeping a Minimalist Toddler Wardrobe

We have gone through the toddler stage many times with four sons and have done things a little differently each time. Over the years we have found that we greatly prefer having less stuff and these are just some of the things that we do to help us keep an intentional wardrobe for our toddler….

Simplify Your Shoe Collection

Are you are looking to clear some space in your closet by reducing the number of shoes that you own? If so, breaking down your shoes into categories can be an easy and quick way to eliminate what you don’t need. For clothing, I suggest the One Year Rule. If you haven’t worn it in…

What to Do With Unwanted Gifts

Gift giving season is upon us. Well, It seems like there’s always some sort of holiday or event, doesn’t it? If you are reading this, chances are you received a gift that you have no use for. Maybe you followed our tips on avoiding unwanted gifts here, but you still received something that doesn’t suit…

Top 10 Educational Toys and Open Ended Gifts for One Year Old

As parents to four boys ages 20 months to 19 years, we have seen our fair share of toys. We have been gifted a ton and spent our hard earned money on more than we care to admit. Here is our here is the rundown of the best educational toys and open ended gifts for a one year old child.