Christian Minimalism

Category: Contentment

Total 18 Posts

Intentionality with Toys

Note: This is a guest post written by Cassandra Roberts, mother of two children and host of the upcoming Needed and Known podcast. I subscribe to the idea that demonstrating and living something out is better than teaching and repeating for children. When I started reviewing our household, I had

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Why You Should Change Your Lifestyle

A few years ago, former Manhattanite and 30-something journalist Noelle Hancock wrote an article that ended up going viral: “Why I Gave Up a $95,000 Job to Move to an Island and Scoop Ice Cream.” The article caused such a pop culture and social media frenzy that she was interviewed

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Minimalism in the Movies: The Bling Ring

If there is a movie out there that shows the consequences of putting celebrity, wealth, and material possessions above all else, it’s Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring. Based on Nancy Jo Sales’ article in Vanity Fair, “The Subjects Wore Louboutins,” The Bling Ring attempts to tell the real-life story of

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Minimalism in the Movies: Yesterday

Here on the Christian Minimalism blog, we’ve looked at minimalism in The Greatest Showman and A Christmas Carol. This time, we are looking minimalism in the movie Yesterday. In Yesterday, Jack Malick is a struggling singer-songwriter who plays gigs that are barely attended and booked by teacher-by-day, manager-by-night Ellie Appleton.

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A Christmas Carol: A Christian Minimalism Story

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has become a classic Christmastime tradition. Whether we watch one of the many film adaptations, the stage play, or read the original written story, it has stood the test of time and continues to be a tradition every year. It’s a story that has ingrained

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