Explore what a tiny, wonderful life looks like with Britt from the blog Tiny Ambitions. Each episode features real-life experiences and practical tips on minimalism, the simple life and tiny houses. All in a tiny bite. You can review the show notes for each episode atwww.tinyambitions.com
Minimalist gift giving - does such a thing exist? I'm sharing how I approach the holiday season as a minimalist and “slow living” enthusiast. I don’t think what I do is particularly revolutionary but I have found that it helps to stave off a lot of the panic and anxiety that this season causes for a lot of people.
In this episode - is it possible to have a mindful Black Friday and Cyber Monday experience? Plus, I'm sharing what I’m planning on buying on Cyber Monday this year. Gasp - I know! A minimalist looking for a deal during one of the craziest shopping days of the year? Who even am I???
Apologies for the tardiness of this episode! I mulled over several topics earlier this week that I wanted to discuss for Tiny Bites, but none of them felt right. Which, incidentally, is how I finally decided on this week’s topic.
When I started to think about why nothing felt right for this week’s episode, I realized it was because I’d fallen into my bi-annual seasonal funk. That funk is the lovely time of year when the seasons change and your body gets thrown all out of whack.
As promised in the last episode of Tiny Bites, this week’s episode is another listener request. When I put out my call for topics, fellow blogger and friend Penny from She Picks Up Pennies, asked if I would talk about the next steps in the decluttering process, for people who are deep in the middle of it and can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel (my words, not Penny’s).
When Penny suggested this topic, my wheels immediately started turning because I’ve been out of that place for a couple of years now. So, what do you do when you hit a decluttering roadblock?
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As you can probably guess by the title of this episode, it was International Podcast Day today! If you’ve been listening to Tiny Bites from the beginning, you know that I accidentally created a podcast while making an Anchor account. But, I ran with it and I’ve really enjoyed making Tiny Bites episodes for over a year now!
This week’s episode of Tiny Bites is going to be all about the process of creating your own podcast. Or, to be more accurate, the process of how I went about creating Tiny Bites hopefully for the benefit of anyone out there who wants to start your own podcast. Even if you don’t want to start your own podcast, I wanted to cover this topic to demystify the process a little bit. Comments: https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites36
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In this week's episode of Tiny Bites, I'm waxing poetic about the lost art form of fermentation and why I've been loving it lately as a gateway into slow living.
Fermentation might be a weird thing to be super jazzed about, but I've been digging it these last couple months as a new tool in my DIY toolkit.
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-Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation - https://amzn.to/2QypKTA
-The Art of Fermentation – https://amzn.to/2D7LZ02
-The Canning Kitchen – 101 Simple Small Batch Recipes – https://amzn.to/2QBmCX3
-Fermenting Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs - https://amzn.to/2QE4Nqu
- The Nourished Kitchen - https://amzn.to/2QE5EaG
Sometimes, when we look up from our tech for long enough - magical things really can happen. https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites34
The Nature Fix by Florence Williams: https://amzn.to/2wLd4Av
Bored and Brilliant Challenge: https://amzn.to/2NOaW1u
Part 1: https://www.tinyambitions.com/bored-and-brilliant-challenge-part1/
Part 2: https://www.tinyambitions.com/bored-and-brilliant-challenge-part2/
Welcome back to Tiny Bites! I can't believe it's been two months since season one ended. Time sure does fly! In the inaugural episode of this season, I'm sharing my first-ever virtual reality experience and all the messy philosophical questions it left me pondering.
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It's the finale of the first season of Tiny Bites! I've decided to give myself the summer off from podcasting to recharge and come up with more awesome content for the fall. Before I sign off though, I'm having an existential crisis about seeing my life all packed up in boxes. Happy listening! https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites32
In this week's episode of Tiny Bites, I'm answering your questions! My year-long shopping ban and my consumption habits are on the table today - let's get into it. https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites31
Remember that time, back in January when I started doing a shopping ban? Well, it’s been five months and I haven’t done an update in a while so I thought I would do one for this week's episode of Tiny Bites. Plus, a message from a listener on last week's episode of Tiny Bites, about minimalism and practicality. https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites29
In this week's episode of Tiny Bites, I want to talk about practicality and how we define that and how that then, in turn, shapes our lives. Can we own things that aren't practical? Or does that violate some unknown minimalist code? https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites28
In this week's very tiny episode of Tiny Bites, I'm saying au revoir for weeks and asking for your suggestions on what to cover in future episodes of Tiny Bites. Leave your suggestions for future topics over at https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites24
In this week’s episode of Tiny Bites, I wanted to talk about a practical tool I’ve been using to help simplify my technological life (aka help me put my phone down). Plus, I'm sharing two listener call-ins! https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites23
In honour of International Women's Day, I’m jumping on the #WomenRockMoney movement created by Chelsea over at MamaSavesFish.com. In this week’s episode of Tiny Bites, I wanted to share my best piece of financial advice for women.
In this week's episode of Tiny Bites, I'm exploring what it means to be physically alone. Specifically, how we can use alone time as a tool in our minimalist toolbox to check in with ourselves to see if we're on the right track. I'm also sharing a listener question about how I use Anchor, the app I use to record my podcasts.
Are all your relationships worth your time? Maybe not. In this week's episode I'm exploring how we can apply minimalism to our personal relationships. Sometimes, we don't realize how draining and one-sided our relationships can be. So, I'm sharing questions to ask yourself to find out if your relationships are equal, and if they're not, how to start creating some boundaries. https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites19
In this week's episode of Tiny Bites, I'm sharing the grand total of what I spent on clothing in 2017 and how I feel about that number. Comment over on the blog at https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites16
In this week's episode of Tiny Bites, I explore the difference between making a resolution and making a goal. Plus, I share a call in from a reader about his newfound love of minimalism. https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites15
In this week’s episode, I’m sharing my experience getting stood up at a party I was hosting and what it taught me about mindless consumption. Comment over at the blog: https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites12
In this weeks episode of Tiny Bites, I'm sharing a listener's worst fear, a new perspective on social media and I'm digging deep and doing some soul-searching. Show notes available at: https://www.tinyambitions.com/tinybites09