Eco-Minimalism eCourse

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Want to live more sustainably, but don’t know where to start?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to a sustainable lifestyle. I can take the guesswork out of this for you with this self-guided e-course. Delve into all my favourite resources, and detailed yet easy-to-follow lessons to discover your unique motivators, the key to keeping you on track.

What’s it all about?

Communications technology hasn’t simplified our lives in the way we thought it might. Instead of giving many of us more free time, it’s meant squeezing more in. There’s more work to do, more balls in the air to juggle. It’s why more and more of us are turning to mindfulness and slow living and yes, even minimalism to tune out the noise and start living more intentionally.

Now more than ever, we are expected to be all things to all people. And Minimalism is somewhere between an antidote and a facilitator to that. Having a more efficient home is the least we can do for ourselves to improve the quality of our lives from the ground up.

And its why I advocate for minimalism. It’s not posturing about having less when others don’t have a choice. Its about only taking what you need. It’s about having a low impact on the earth’s resources. It’s about saving money, supporting circular economies, and being mindful about who or what you support financially. Spending less in one area of your life can mean redistributing your own wealth to support another area that means a lot to you.

Being mindful of all of these things is the foundation for living intentionally. Of being really tuned into the world and the way things are made. Of systems, good and bad and everything in between. And accepting your place as a consumer and using that responsibly. Taking on all of that information can initially feel quite overwhelming, but you will become more discerning overall and it will become second nature to you as you learn and practice more. 

Finding out who you are, and what your core values are are the most surprising and rewarding parts of taking a project like this on. By getting to the bottom of what makes you you, what lights you up and motivates you, you are giving yourself the best chance of success, meaning that going forward you can put them front and centre of everything you do.

Doing good feels good. Let me show you how!