For moms, minimalism can seem unattainable. The good news? It’s totally attainable and there are ways that you can incorporate minimalism in your life even with family.
Below are 15 blogs dedicated to minimalism, simple and intentional living that I love. Get information and tips that even the busiest moms can use in their daily life.
The demands of motherhood motivated Dawn to live minimally. Extreme minimalism isn’t realistic for moms and I think she sets a great example for families who want to adopt this lifestyle. Her blog and vlog are packed with excellent tips on how to simplify your life even with a large family.
Every time I watch her videos on YouTube, I get so motivated and I think you will too. You’ll be inspired and assured that simplifying is achievable for you and your family.
My Favorite Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I58i2zqT78
2.Simple Lionheart Life - https://simplelionheartlife.com/
Melissa’s journey into minimalism is inspiring. Like a lot of minimalist moms, she too was at one time fed up of the constant mess. She quickly discovered that having less is the key to a clutter free home and I couldn’t agree more!
Simple Lionheart Life is a lovely blog and a great place to start if you want to get helpful advice on minimalism, living simply and decluttering. Check out her home tour articles too, so motivating!
My Favorite post: How to Slow Down: 20 Simple Ways to Slow Down & Enjoy Life. https://simplelionheartlife.com/how-to-slow-down/
3.The Minimalist Mom - https://www.theminimalistmom.com/
Rachel says it like it is, you got clutter and it’s stressing you out! Get all the info you need about decluttering, parenting as a minimalist and simplifying your finances.
She not only blogs on The Minimalist Mom but she’s also written three books, Do Less: A Minimalist Guide to an Organized, Simplified and Happy Life, The Minimalist Mom: How to Simply Parent Your Baby, and The Joy of Doing Nothing.
Books by Rachel Jonat:
- Do Less: A Minimalist Guide to an Organized, Simplified and Happy Life.
- The Minimalist Mom: How to Simply Parent Your Baby
- The Joy of Doing Nothing.
4.Life on Purpose - https://ericalayne.co/
Erica, blogger and author of The Minimalist Way: Minimalism strategies to Declutter Your Life and Make Room for Joy, offers great advice and resources on how to live a simpler life. Erica will help take you from overwhelmed to peace and clarity so you can live life on purpose. Check out her websites for resources and courses that will get you to achieve a simpler life.
5.The Messy Minimalist - https://www.messyminimalist.com/
High school sweethearts, Rachel and Dan gave up corporate America to live a simpler life. A part of their plan to live better they bought an old motel-resort in Michigan. You can read all about their journey on their blog along with other great tips and advice on how to live life to the fullest by living minimally.
My Favorite video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcdlqndkIqw
6.Becoming Minimalist - https://www.becomingminimalist.com/
Joshua Becker is the founder of Becoming Minimalist, author of Wall Street Journal Best-selling book The More of Less: Find the Life You Want Under Everything You Own, and the co-creator of Simplify Magazine. His story on becoming minimalist is relatable to parents. I know that I can relate when he shares his story on how clutter and excess stuff took time away from his family.
Becoming Minimalist is a perfect place to start when you want the fundamentals. A variety of valuable information for anyone whether you’re an enthusiast or someone who just wants to get a grip on clutter and excess.
My Favorite post: Minimalism For Moms https://www.becomingminimalist.com/minimalism-for-moms/
Books by Joshua Becker:
- The Minimalist Home: A Room-By-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life.
- Simplify: 7 Guiding Principles to Help Anyone Declutter Their Home and Life.
- Clutterfree with Kids: Change Your Thinking. Discover New Habits. Free Your Home.
7.Simply Well Balanced - https://simply-well-balanced.com/
What I love about Lauren’s blog, Simply Well Balanced is that its focus is on practical minimalism for moms. It’s about balance and choosing a simple life that works for you, not someone else. Her articles cover a wide range of learning material and resources on how on to declutter, minimize, meal plan, family activities and parenting advice. A must-read blog!
8.This Simple Balance - https://www.thissimplebalance.com/
As a mom who’s curious about homeschooling, I was amazed at the information and resources June provides. This Simple Balance is for any mom looking to not only simplify their home and their parenting, but she also gives advice on relaxed homeschooling.
9.Simple Days - https://simpledays.co.uk/
Faye of Simple Days is a mom of three from the UK and she knows how to simplify. Her life before is dramatically different after decluttering and making the choice to live simply. She will help you understand why decluttering and simplifying is so difficult and provide you with practical solutions to simpler living.
10.Raising Simple - https://www.raisingsimple.com/
Zoe is a blogger, author and a mom of four. If you and your family are looking to embrace minimalism, I recommend you check her out. Her book, Minimalism for Families will give you the tools to get started living more but with less. It can be hard to get started especially if the thought of minimizing is daunting.
Fear not, Zoe will help you get through it. Get advice, tips and resources even for the busiest mom and her family on her blog – Raising Simple.
Book by Zoe Kim: Minimalism for Families
11.Allie Casazza - https://alliecasazza.com/
Allie Casazza is all about intentional, simplified living and wants you to get out of survival mode. Ever feel like you just don’t have enough time in your day and that you don’t get to enjoy personal and family time like you’d like to? This mom of four shares her knowledge, tips and resources on her blog and podcast. Check it out!
My Favorite podcast episode: https://alliecasazza.com/shownotes/137/
12.Be More with Less - https://bemorewithless.com/
Courtney made the change to live a life with less clutter and stress after she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2006. Ever since then she’s marked her path to simplicity and started her website Be More with Less and created the minimalist fashion challenge called Project 333.
“Be more with less means: Be more you. Give yourself all the space, time and love to remember who you are” Courtney believes that when you live with less and simplify your life, you will be able to make room to do what you need to do. I couldn’t agree more. You’ll get many helpful tips on how to get started simplifying your life. Check out one of her awesome articles below.
Books by Courtney Carver:
- Soulful Simplicity: How Living with Less Can Lead to So Much More
- Project 333: The Minimalist Fashion Challenge That Proves Less Really is So Much More
13.Reduce, Reuse, Renew - https://reducereuserenewblog.com/
Formerly The Mindful Mom, Laura’s blog will guide you on how to get rid of the excess that contributes to anxiety and overwhelm. Since the birth of her son, a simple decluttering project lead to a declutter of over 140 boxes of stuff! Let her guide you how to live reduction-based lifestyle, check out her blog for more tips and resources.
My favorite post: How To Declutter Toys https://reducereuserenewblog.com/how-to-declutter-toys/
14.Smallish Blog - http://smallishblog.com/
Evelyn and her husband went from a house of 1,300 sq. ft and downsized to a one bedroom 450 sq. ft basement apartment. They thought it was a temporary, but they stayed for five years and had three babies during that time. It wasn’t without its challenges, but they discovered they had more purpose, more joy and more peace when they lived with less stuff. Check out the blog for a wealth of information on how to live with less and get ready to be inspired.
Husband and wife, Dave and Ashley wanted to live an intentional life and felt the pressure of materialism. After being inspired by The Minimalists (Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicrodemus), they decided they would rather be a part of the Minimalist movement than of consumerism, commercialism and materialism which Dave refers to as the Bad-isms.
Now, they seek only what matters most to them through minimalist living. It’s their mission to encourage others to choose a life that’s intentional for you and your family.