Ger’s Grilled Garden Eggplant

Ger’s Grilled Garden Eggplant

As you probably already read in the George Foreman grill blog, we do love grilling eggplant, and there isn’t anything better than grilled eggplant parmesan, except when you grow the eggplant yourself. This year, our garden included eggplant, and we had the most amazing harvest! We thought we would share my (Gerry) recipe for grilled… Read More »

2021 30-Day Minimalism Game: Success, Thanks to Digital Clutter!

2021 30-Day Minimalism Game: Success, Thanks to Digital Clutter!

As you know, we are on the final day of January, but with the 30-day minimalism game, yesterday was the final day of the game, and we are incredibly happy to announce that yes, we made it all the way to the end. We announced on January 1st, that we would be taking the challenge… Read More »

5 Plants that Vibe with Our Coastal Minimalist Home

5 Plants that Vibe with Our Coastal Minimalist Home

Our coastal bungalow, while decorated minimally, breathes life and energy, not only due to the salty air, and the boundless light that enters the windows, but with the plants that are dispersed throughout. Not only are the plants air purifying, but they provide aesthetically pleasing décor for our abode. I (Shannon) have talked about my… Read More »

Guidelines for Our No-Buy Year

Guidelines for Our No-Buy Year

We have been asked quite a bit lately, especially since our interview published with Storytellers Unplugged, how we plan to embark upon a year of “No-Buy.” Let’s first establish the reason why we are planning such a year. As minimalists, sure, this isn’t unchartered territory, but as humans, we often find ourselves falling back into… Read More »

Consider a More Compassionate Holiday Season

Consider a More Compassionate Holiday Season

Ah, we embark upon another holiday season. Who would have thought we would be where we are now, having experienced a truly memorable 2020? This year’s holiday season brings along a new sort of stress for everyone. Will we be able to be with our loved ones, or will we continue to quarantine to protect… Read More »