Saturday, December 03, 2016

The More of Less by Joshua Becker | A Book Review

The More of Less by Joshua Becker | A Book Review - A Simpler Grace


Thanks to Blogging for Books for providing an advance reading copy of the featured book in exchange for my honest review. This post does contain affiliate links. All opinions are my own. For more info on these types of posts, please see my disclosures(*asterisk denotes affiliate link)


If you are new to the idea of cultivating a simple life, the name Joshua Becker might not ring a bell for you, but for those who are into minimalism, he's a household name. Author of several books and founder of the blog Becoming Minimalist, he literally wrote the book on minimalism. The More of Less is that book.

Friday, December 02, 2016

Links to Love | 76

My favorite reads from the week.  #linkstolove #fridayfavorites - Links to Love | 76 - A Simpler Grace



Happy Friday! I don't know about you, but it has felt like a LONG week following the extended holiday weekend we had. Oh my goodness! I'm so glad we finally made it! It's been a very busy and productive week around here (I hope it has been for you as well) and I'm going to try to knock some big projects off my list this weekend as well, including starting to plan my holiday baking. What are your plans for the weekend? Have you done all your holiday shopping yet?

Thursday, December 01, 2016

Hello December | Goals

A monthly series tracking the goals I've set both in my personal and blogging life. - Hello December | Goals - A Simpler Grace



I'm not gonna lie. November was a really hard month for me. I switched up some of my medications in the early part of the month and had some major adverse reactions to them and spent most of November feeling weak and exhausted and not wanting to do anything but sleep. It was tough to get stuff done, but I did have a few days where I was able to push myself (probably a little too hard, in hindsight) and get a few items checked off my list. With that being said, I'm giving myself some grace as I look back on my goals and realizing that none of these are life-or-death necessities and that it's ok if I wasn't able to accomplish as much as I had hoped.