What we imply to our kids by the way we live
I enjoyed Minimalism with Kids, finding several point re minimalism and life in general which I intend to apply.
This paragraph stood out:
In a family, minimalism is really a conversation about what’s important. What’s necessary. Why we own things and do things. A lot of times, a family never really has this conversation — it’s all just implied in the way we live.
I’ve been trying to think more consciously about what we teach our kids with our unconscious routines and habits - this was a good reminder. I think today my son and I will clean out my closet!