Being Intentional with Finances

One of the areas I’ve noticed increased as I continue to practice intentionality and minimalism is the ability to confidently make financial decisions. Managing our finances is a topic that will never lose its importance: whether you feel your lacking or secure in the financial literacy department. I’ve observed that as my self-awareness increased, I’m…

Embracing Change Gracefully

After two years of decluttering, reflecting, and redefining my core value, I’m at a place where I can start taking action towards the life I envisioned.  I’ve grown to understand that change is inevitable and that its the only constant in our lives. With that, I matured to understand that once you’ve identified what’s essential…

Setting Intentions

Getting back into the groove of planning. 
This year is not about making resolutions but continuing good habits. Two years ago I’ve delve into living minimally and simplistically; this year I’m adding intentionality and mindfulness so that I don’t revert back to old ways and lose everything I’ve learned from the past two years. Instagram:…

Intentional Living: Moving Forward

As you go about your journey. Its so important to remember why you’ve started. With all the talk of of simplicity, intentionality, and minimalism its easy to reach a stalemate. A place that can dangerously lead to complacency and comparison. I had to take a step back to remember that everyone is on a journey…

Intentional Living: Developing a Heart of Gratitude

The minimalism and slow living movement is gradually making its way mainstream. More people are realizing that the habits they’ve developed are not only contributing to their unhappiness but is also having negative environmental effects around them. The need for instant gratification made us empathetic to the events and causes taking place around us and provided a…

How To: Slow Down

To: You From: Me This is my wish for you. You are more than enough. You have everything you need to succeed.   If this message resonates with you, please share. Thank You, Kat   Stay Connected:   Youtube| Instagram| Twitter   Posts You’ll love:  Life Changing Book Recommendations Learning To Live Intentionally  Minimalism, Time…

Minimalism + Intentional Living| Building Community

Being a minimalist changed from thinking about quantity to quality. It was difficult at first because my environment had hardly change. The way I started to process things have changed significantly since I started learning about minimalism. If I wanted to design a life that suited me, I realized I need to fight for it. It’s tough not…

Minimalism + Identity

Learning to develop a minimalist  mindset and adopting a more minimalist approach to life takes Intentionality. Pioneers like Joshua Becker, Leo Babauta, and The Minimalist duo live and apply the concept of minimalism to fit their current situation and desired lifestyles. The term minimalism is ever growing and many are finding that the concept is…

Self-Care at Work

During the week, some days are harder than the rest. When you’re trying to balance work, school, and social/family life, it may be hard to stop and take a moment for yourself.  You feel as though your attention is being pulled in every direction and nothing’s working out as it should. Moments like these can…

Intentional Living+ Social Media| Unplugged

Our world intensely pushes us to be in the know at all times; to drop what were doing and tune in to the latest happenings. Social networks like Snapchat, Instagram , and Facebook are constantly updating their designs and services to gives us first hand experience with what’s going on around the world. These new forms of connections…

Self Care 101|Finding Joy in Reading

In recent months, I started taking steps towards developing a sustainable self care routine. One, where no matter the circumstance provided the same results in establishing internal peace. By learning more about the concept of minimalism and drawing inspirations from others living it out, I’ve been able to cull and refine skills, habits, materials, and relationships that…

Minimalism, Time Management, and Habits

I don’t know about you but it’s when I’m approaching a deadline I find that I take on too much and never seem to have enough time in the day. I say yes to projects and offer to help with things out of excitement. It was a big problem because I would have little bits…