Part of the excitement of moving to a new place was the fresh start that is promised when setting up a new life for yourself. Not only have I relocated to a new place and must meet new people, find a new job, shop in… Read More
A couple of friends have asked me if working in an art gallery has affected my journey toward thoughtful minimization. I thought that was a great question, and one that was more difficult to answer than I expected but worked through. While I was an… Read More
Being a minimalist doesn’t mean that you detest having things. On my minimalist journey – in fact – I’ve found that the things I do have are the things I love. These beloved commodities are the ones I want to share with you.
This mid-morning glass of local Strafford Organic Creamery chocolate milk (not to mention the bucolic glass bottle).
This lovely notepad & terrarium space.
This elegantly-framed watercolor painting by Sawyer’s grandfather and renowned architect, Louis “Grumps” de Moll.
This understated package for my mom this Mother’s Day.
These simple illustrations by local Vermont artist Jess Polanshek, hung in our kitchen.