"One's life is not in the abundance of his possessions."
For the last few years, I've been on a mission to simplify and along the way I've learned that a simplified life is actually a life that looks like Jesus. When I filled my house, my wardrobe, my fridge, and my calendar with stuff, somewhere along the way, I stopped loving the things that made me unique and started trying to blend in with the world. I lost my identity. But then I looked at Jesus. He didn't fill His life with stuff. He was secure in His identity and purpose and knew that "stuff" didn't define Him - His Father did. Living a simple life can literally change the world.
I am passionate about pursuing simplicity in my own life, while teaching women the joy-filled peace that comes when we aren't living for anyone but our Father. Simplifying our lives doesn't actually begin by purging our home of clutter and unused items. As cliche as this may sound - it begins with our heart. It begins by recognizing the idols in our life, and working towards being secure in who God created us to be. That confidence gives us the ability to buy the yellow chair if we want to, even if no one else on our Instagram feed has a yellow chair. But even further than that - that confidence gives us the ability to boldly walk in the gifts and talents He has given us without worrying what others may think.
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Because I believe in The Simple Life, I have curated a collection of guides for the simplifying journey.
Below are links to resources that have helped me in my pursuit of simplicity. From beautiful reusable items for the home to books that were a soothing balm to my over-complicated soul, I'd love to share these resources with you.