Minimalism Podcasts

Listen to some great podcasts for tips and advice on minimalism and simple living.

58: Plaine Products and the Zero Waste Movement with Lindsey McCoy Interested in the zero or low-waste lifestyle? Need some fresh inspiration to jumpstart your journey? In episode 58 of the Cohesive Home Podcast, Melissa chats with Lindsey McCoy, co-founder of Plaine Products, a sustainable, vegan, and non-toxic hair and body line. Cohesive Home Podcast
251: Celebrating the JOMO and Enjoying Your Unique Chosen Journey of Life "Most people are in a constant state of falling for whatever the most interesting thing is. Falling for whatever the most popular person is doing… This introduces the endless cycle of constantly ‘shopping’ for experiences. An endless search for novelty, hedonism, and just a dash of escapism. The Simple Sophisticate
Christine Liu on how to create a green team in your workplace Welcome to this week's poggie! Today Brooke talks to zero-waste blogger and YouTuber Christine Liu of Simply By Christine. Christine is not only a great source of practical information in the low-waste world, she also talks about her experience in her previous job at Cisco where she was instrumental in organising the Green Team network. The Slow Home Podcast
Ep 097: Ask Allie Anything About Business Part 1 One of my favorite things is helping other women get creative and create money, revenue and a successful business out of something they love to do - especially when they can run it from their sofa! If you are ready to start your own business, work from home, and create income from your blog or podcast or whatever, this episode is for you! The Purposeful Home Podcast
EP75: A Minimalist Approach to Health with Lindsey Moeller This week I’ll be discussing some helpful approaches to health. Can you believe we’re already a couple of weeks into March? As many of us are beginning to lose motivation of those initial days of the year, I wanted to encourage you that not all is lost. Minimalist Moms
171 - Rejection Joshua and Ryan talk about independence, rejection, and creating meaningful work without gatekeepers with comedian Andrew Schulz, and they answer the following questions: How do I balance the need to support myself with the need to fulfill myself? How do I create demand for my new creation? The Minimalists
250: How to Create a Beckoning Sanctuary That Reflects Your Journey "Never decorate all at once. 'When you do it all at once, you make mistakes,' explains Fredéric Amico. The Simple Sophisticate
Rebecca Sullivan on eating local and the power of simple observation Today Brooke shares her conversation with the delicious and delightful Rebecca Sullivan. The two first spoke on the podcast back in 2017, and since then Rebecca has published four books, with another on the way, and moved from an apartment in Adelaide to a closed loop eco-farm in the Clare Valley. The Slow Home Podcast
Ep 096: Real Women Are Strong Women Sometimes we shame ourselves, but a lot of the time it's other people who shame us. From breastfed to formula fed, working from home or at a 9 to 5 office job, having a clean home or a messy home, your birth plan, how you school your kids, and so much more. The Purposeful Home Podcast
170 - Subtract Joshua and Ryan discuss subtracting the superfluous from our lives in order to make room for the valuable, and they answer the following questions: How do I minimize my talking and maximize my listening? Is letting go of obligations as important as letting go of stuff? The Minimalists
249: A Lesson, for Women Especially, to Learn Sooner Oprah: What is a lesson that took you the longest to learn that you kept repeating and it kept showing up wearing a different something, but was the same lesson? Julia Roberts: I think we as people, or as women, or me just myself who I am in this world that I make myself less for someone else to feel more of whatever that "thing" was. The Simple Sophisticate
April Hepokoski on creating a zero-waste, nature-based classroom This week Brooke is joined by early-childhood educator April Hepokoski for a fascinating discussion about all things child-led and nature-based learning. April is the founder and teacher at The Little Barnyard Preschool in Duluth, Minnesota, where she centres learning around being outside in nature every single day. The Slow Home Podcast
57: Parenting Peacefully + the Montessori Method with Simone Davies In this episode: What is the Montessori method? Simone's story and how she got started with it What inspired Simone to write The Montessori Toddler How parents can incorporate Montessori into their home and parenting The benefits of the Montessori method, and how you can get them at home, even if you don't send your kids to one of the schools... Cohesive Home Podcast
Jojo Hogan on why the Slow Postpartum movement is so important This week's Brooke sits down for a heartfelt discussion with Jojo Hogan: founder of the Slow Postpartum movement, yoga teacher, aromatherapist, massage therapist and doula. Jojo has been working with expectant mothers for many years, and now specialises as a postpartum doula, providing much needed support to mothers after giving birth. The Slow Home Podcast
EP74: Zero Waste Home with Bea Johnson Today I welcome a special guest to the show: Bea Johnson! Author of Zero Waste Home, Bea will be sharing a bit of her story into zero waste living along with some helpful tips for all of us as we may consider living the same way. Minimalist Moms
56: 5 Tips to Being More Intentional and Less Reactive In episode 56 of the Cohesive Home Podcast, Kate and Melissa tackle a listener question about living intentionally. A listener said “How do you all figure out how to live intentionally every day instead of reactively? I know what my values are, but I’m not sure how to be purposeful on a daily basis and actually living them. Cohesive Home Podcast
248: 12 French or Feel-Good Films I Love Over the years I have recommended, reviewed and shared a long list of French films or films set in France either as Petit Plaisirs in previous podcast episodes, in the weekly This and That under the Francophile Finds category or during the annual TSLL French Week the past three years in August. The Simple Sophisticate
Listener Chat with Xan Holyoak This week we welcome back listener chats, as Brooke sits down to talk with Xan Holyoak. Xan is a listener of the show, a writer, a single parent and a slow living and nature loving woman. The Slow Home Podcast
55: Organizing Your Life and Reaching Your H.E.A.R.T. Goals with Whitney English In this episode: - Whitney's story and how her business has changed over the years - Comparisons on social media and how to not let it affect you - How to keep your New Years Resolutions as well as think differently about them - Innovative ways to shift habits and create new ones - Why it's important to focus on the journey instead of just the... Cohesive Home Podcast
247: My Interview with Stylist Scarlet Chamberlin In today's episode I had the opportunity to chat with Portland, Oregon, based stylist Scarlet Chamberlin who has styled women and men as their lives begin to evolve along their journeys. The Simple Sophisticate
Jacki Carr on redefining balance Welcome to season 2 of the Slow Home Podcast! Today Brooke sits down with goals coach, co-founder of Rock Your Bliss and incredible public speaker / human Jacki Carr. Brooke did some work with Jacki last year before embarking on the Slow book tour and it had the most enormous impact on her time on the road. The Slow Home Podcast
246: Why Not… Tailor Your Life to Fit You? It will be unique, it will be thoughtfully constructed and a dynamic being, as our lives continually grow, evolve and expand due to our curious natures. The Simple Sophisticate
Jocelyn Glei on fast tech and slow work - Summer Series Welcome to the fifth and final episode of the Summer Series For all of January, we've been bringing back the best of 2018, re-sharing some of our favourite episodes to keep you company on the beach Last but not least, this week is our episode with the awesome Jocelyn Glei, writer and creator of the podcast Hurry Slowly. The Slow Home Podcast
Ep 095: Allie & Brian Get A Marriage Coaching Session From a Personality Expert A few months ago I had Enneagram expert and coach, Beth McCord, on the show to discuss all things Enneagram. In this episode, Beth is chatting with Brian and I about the Enneagram in the context of marriage. It’s a fun coaching, therapy session! The Purposeful Home Podcast
EP73: Receive Rest The Minimalist Mantra of the Week is a quick, 5-minute episode with a phrase you can think on throughout the week. This week's mantra is: Receive Rest. For a complete transcript of the show click here: Show Notes for EP73: Receive Rest Or, click here to get the show notes emailed to your inbox each week. Minimalist Moms
169 - Millionaires Joshua and Ryan are joined by Chris Hogan, author of Everyday Millionaires, to talk about budgeting, wealth, and retirement, and they answer the following questions: How do I ensure my purchases are always intentional without obsessing over them? How many revenue streams are appropriate to ensure lifelong financial freedom? The Minimalists
54: When Your Family is Overwhelmed and Out of Sync Has your family ever been in a total funk where life seems out of sync? In Episode 54 of the Cohesive Home Podcast, Kate and Melissa chat about a concept called soul fever, which happens when life gets overwhelming or something stressful happens. They share how to overcome it with kiddos, as adults, and also as a family. Cohesive Home Podcast
245: 10 Ways Resilence During Good Times Can Elevate Your Everydays "Resilence is more than bouncing back from adversity. People who are resilient keep pursuing their goals in the face of challenges. Consequently, learning how to regulate your brain's motivational machinery is a key aspect of resilence." —Rick Hanson, Ph. The Simple Sophisticate
Tsh Oxenreider on ignoring what slow 'should' look like Welcome to the fourth episode of the Summer Series ! For all of January, we'll be bringing back the best of 2018, re-sharing some of our favourite episodes to keep you company on the beach This week we're heading back on the road, with Brooke's conversation with friend of the show Tsh Oxenreider on the Slow Book Tour. The Slow Home Podcast
Ep 094: The 5 Biggest Mistakes Moms Make When Trying to Ditch the Clutter When I started my journey to decluttering my home, I wasted a lot of time trying to figure out how to make it happen. At the time, I could only find help with organizing clutter, not clearing it - and I wanted to clear it out! The Purposeful Home Podcast
168 - Baggage Joshua and Ryan talk about baggage, boundaries, and letting go of the past, and they answer the following questions: How do I remove the emotional baggage of a past relationship? Is it selfish to share my emotional baggage with my partner? How do I ensure I’m not unwittingly creating emotional baggage for others? The Minimalists
SLT079: Part 2 of Still Simplifying After All These Years Designing the life you were meant to live is not only possible, it's is something you can take control of yourself and MAKE it happen. A great place to start is by making the commitment to simplify your life. As I said in the last episode, simplifying your life is one of the most impactful things you can do. Simple Life Together
SLT078: Still Simplifying After All These Years Part 1 Simplifying your life is one of the most impactful things you can do to ensure you're living the lifestyle you've designed for yourself. The life you were meant to live. In this episode of Simple Life Together, we offer a little update on where our simplicity journey has taken us over the last three years. Simple Life Together
244: Give Yourself the Gift of Contentment Everyday, All Day "Finding an ease with what you are thinking, feeling, the world as it is, not necessarily accepting it, but not resisting it. This is contentment." —Andy Puddicombe The truth about contentment is that it is different than being happy. The Simple Sophisticate