De-clutter with the 30-Day Minimalism Game

Getting rid of excess stuff used to be hard for me. I’ve been a pack rat for most of my life. It’s a trait I must have inherited from my father, who still keeps some of my old toys in the attic. I’ve hung onto old t-shirts, commemorative mugs, and other things for sentimental reasons….

Save time with a muffin in a mug

In my quest to do things on a smaller scale, I often experiment with cooking and baking. One of my favorite breakfast foods is a muffin. I know how to bake a dozen or two in the oven, but that takes time and planning–blech! Baking can also take up a lot of space, which is…

Being a Princess is Overrated.

I remember being about 4 or 5 and sitting on my dad’s lap. It was one of those tender moments from my childhood. On one of those occasions he asked me a question I’ll never forget: “Don’t you want to be Cinderella when you grow up?” Huh? . . . The little kid in me…

Things to make with duct tape

Before I began planning my RV life, I was addicted to buying in bulk. I felt like a prepper stocking up on tissues, toilet paper, toothpaste, and boxed food because it made me feel prepared. It also fed my desire to save money for trips and experiences, and for my dream RV. On one bulk…