(Formerly The Minimal-ish Podcast)
With intention is a podcast about celebrating the beauty that can be found in the ordinary and pursuing intention in every area of our everyday lives.
We'll talk about relationships, family life, motherhood, work, caring for ourselves, budgeting and intentional spending, minimalism, and everything in between.
Curating A Closet You Love + Dressing Your Current Body with Confidence (Even in the Summer) with Jammie Baker
Today I talk with personal stylist Jammie Baker about how we can dress our current bodies with confidence. Yes, even in our postpartum, post-kids bodies. We talk all about the process of finding a personal style that works, curating a closet full of clothes that fit our bodies NOW, and how to let go of the ones that don't. We also talk about actionable and simple steps to getting started, along with tips to getting dressed and feeling confident this summer. I love this conversation because it is full of actionable steps to help you get started today!
Follow along with Jammie:
Free Body Shape Guide
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Declutter With Me: The Catch All Closet
Let's declutter an overwhelming space together today - this episode can apply to any "catch all" space you have in your home! I don't have all the answers, but we are doing this together. My catch all closet now has a purpose and it's a breath of fresh air - I hope you'll feel the same when you're done decluttering. Tune in & declutter with me!
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Declutter With Me: The Kids' Closets
Today we are decluttering again together - I walk you through what my decluttering session looked like as I decluttered my daughter's room- specifically her clothes. Her clothes seem to multiply even if I don't bring them into the home, so this is definitely a point of overwhelm for me. I answer the question "what do I keep" when it comes to kids clothes for future siblings, and I also talk over the mindset shifts I've had around kids clothes, and how I declutter as I go instead of always waiting until things get out of hand.
I hope you enjoy this episode and continue to declutter with me as the series moves forward!
Declutter With Me: The Bathroom
Today I'm taking you on a decluttering session with me! This is part of a new series where we will go room by room together and I'll let you in on my thoughts as I declutter.
Decluttering used to be a major topic on the podcast, and I could use some maintenance decluttering. Springtime brings about the motivation to bring peace to our homes, so let's do it together.
For the first episode, I go over questions to ask yourself if you have a hard time letting go of things or feel guilt over doing so - especially as it relates to bathroom items. At the end of the episode, we dive into how decluttering can create more mess before it gets better, and the deeper side of what it can do for you.
See my bathroom mess before and after at @life_withintention on instagram.
I hope this episode motivates you to set a timer for 20-30 minutes and declutter along side of me.
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The One In One Out Rule Three Ways (Maintenance Decluttering for Your Stuff, Your Days, and Your Mind)
Today I'm talking about the one in one out rule - a very basic rule of maintenance decluttering. However, I'm not just talking about our stuff. I talk about how this rule can apply to our days and our minds as well.
I specifically dive deeper into how this rule can help declutter our days/minds to go along with the many episodes of burnout we've had so far this year on the show. I get real about something that has been missing from my days, and my one in, one out to help add it back in.
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Creating a Reading Habit & a Culture of Reading in your Home (Plus Book Recommendations) with Alissa Henry
I hope you enjoy today's conversation on all things books and reading! I have been so inspired by Alissa's journey to reading 100+ books last year, and have enjoyed following along with her as she continues to read an impressive amount in 2021. Join us in a fun and informative conversation on reading, habit building, reading with toddlers, and book recommendations!
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Atomic Habits by James Clear
The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms
We Were Eight Years in Power by Ta’Nehisi Coates
They Can’t Kill Us All by Wesley Lowery
Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano
Minimalist Moms by Diane Boden
The Last Flight by Julie Clark
Eyes That Kiss In the Corners by Joanna Ho
I Dream of Popo by Livia Blackburne
My Goodnight Bible by Susan Lingo
Quiet by Kate Alizadeh
E is for Easter by Greg Paprocki
Finger Trail ABC by Usborne Books
Elephant and Piggie books by Mo Willems
Instagram accounts mentioned for book recommendations
Goodreads.com to track books
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is the program for free children’s books
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Find your why!
Desirae is the best! She is real and relatable, and the guests she brings on are second to none. No matter the topic, you’re guaranteed to walk away with a handful of golden nuggets - can’t recommend this show enough 🙌
Love her voice
I’ve learned so much from this podcast. She has a great voice and is so relatable as well as informative. 100% recommended to anyone, especially moms.
Being Intentional and Real
I love how Desirae shares her journey with intentional living- and not just the successes, but also her struggles! She is real and relatable