A podcast on living simply. Follow two Canadian millennials, Kelly and Lauren, as they remove life's excess in favor of adopting minimalist lifestyles. Be inspired to design a simpler, more intentional life.
BEST OF: Minimalist Lifestyle Q&A
Kelly and Lauren revisit a popular past episode where they answer your questions about the minimalist lifestyle and share their best practices!
Together they answer a range of questions including what to do with gifts you don’t need or want, how to shop less and spend less, how to simplify household items, and how to get a messy spouse on board, and more!
Titled the "BEST OF" series, this is the first of a few top-rated episodes that the ladies will be sharing through the end of the year.
Be inspired to maintain a simpler, more intentional life!
The Paradox of Choice with Dr. Barry Schwartz
Is today's ‘EXPLOSION OF CHOICE’ causing you feelings of stress and anxiety? In this episode, you will learn how to navigate decision-making in our world of overwhelming choice.
Kelly speaks with American author, speaker, and psychologist, Dr. Barry Schwartz to discuss his powerful read, The Paradox of Choice, where he shares the implications that come with too much choice and the power of embracing ‘GOOD ENOUGH.'
From the number of cereals and salad dressings on grocery store shelves to the human supermarkets in online dating, Barry argues that having too many options discourages us from making decisions and that limiting our choices will make us better off!
Be inspired to embrace ‘choice with boundaries’ and start reaping the benefits of a calmer, more fulfilling every day.
About Barry Schwartz
Book: The Paradox of Choice
TED Talk: The Paradox of Choice
Simplify Your Goals with Eliana Goldstein
If you are exploring new job opportunities, ready to move to the next level in your career, or looking to start a side business, this conversation is for you!
Kelly connects with Millennial Success Coach, Eliana Goldstein to talk about how to develop the necessary mindsets and strategies to achieve your goals.
Learn how to start a side business while working full-time, how to network more effectively, how to ask for a raise with confidence, and more!
Be inspired to become the boss version of yourself and create what Eliana calls, “a career you're actually excited and confident about so that you can stop settling for good enough.”
Connect with Eliana Goldstein
Follow Eliana Goldstein on IG
Make Time for Mental Fitness with Marc Champagne
How much time do you spend exercising your mind each day? In this new episode, you will learn about the importance of making time for both restful and active mental fitness exercises.
For a second time, Kelly connects with mental fitness strategist, speaker, and author, Marc Champagne, to discuss what it means to be mentally fit, the components of mental fitness, and how exercising your mind is just as important as exercising your body.
Marc also shares insights from his new book, Personal Socrates: Questions That Will Upgrade Your Life from Legends and World-Class Performers, where he unpacks time-tested mental fitness practices shaping the lives of some of the world’s most brilliant thinkers.
Be inspired to prioritize daily mental fitness to help bring clarity and intentionality to your every day.
Behind The Human
Personal Socrates (Paperback) x Kindle Edition
Quickie: Millennial Minimalists Update!
In this quickie episode, Kelly shares a few podcast updates with you!
Kelly and Lauren will be revisiting some of their favourite episodes over the coming weeks (titled, "best of") and sharing a few new and exciting guest interviews in between.
The Millennial Minimalists podcast will continue on schedule releasing biweekly episodes on Monday mornings!
You can also follow Kelly and Lauren on Instagram and Facebook to further join them as they adopt simpler, more intentional lifestyles.
Simplify Your Life & Make Room for More
Learn about the countless ways that you can simplify your life today!
Kelly and Lauren review the many areas in life that can be decluttered so that you can make room for the most important things.
Keeping in mind the four main areas of excess (physical, mental, emotional, and digital), Kelly and Lauren talk about how to simplify your time commitments, your relationships, your mind/thoughts, your technologies, everyday distractions, and more.
Together they also open up about the areas of excess that they continue to work through, which mainly concern mental and emotional clutter.
Be inspired to manage the excess in your life and create the space to live a lighter, happier every day.
Blog by Joshua Becker: 10 Most Important Things to Simplify
Article in Psychology Today: 5 Ways to Simplify Your Life
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I am really enjoying this podcast! I live a mostly minimalist life however it’s always great to keep up to date and on top of things! It really is a regular thing that you need to declutter and reassess Ongoing. Thankyou for this fantastic podcast you guys are great x