Minimalist Toothpaste Recipe

So if you watched my minimalist toiletries video then you know that I usually just brush with baking soda and have been brushing this way for years. If you knew how many toxic ingredients were in ALL the toothpaste at your local grocery store, you would probably make the switch as well. Even “healthier” toothpastes still have ingredients that are completely unnecessary and on top of this, the makers of


This video was so much fun to make and after I was done, I realized that there were so many more unnecessary things that I didn’t even touch upon. But I also want to upload a video on items I found minimal yet still practical and often necessary for my nursery. For many years my nursery was in a separate bedroom but for the last four children, my nursery was


Because they’re not all minimalists but they’re stuck with a minimalist mother. 😁 We had a good time filming this but no one was quite sure what they wanted to share about themselves. So in other words, the bios are all random facts shoved together. Just the way we like it! Thank you again to everyone who participated in the giveaway and congratulations to Dawn West for winning a copy of Dr.

Day In The Life Of A Minimalist Homesteader

It’s giveaway time! This time I’m giving away an excellent book all about juicing called, “Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices” by Dr. Norman Walker. This is just a small way of saying thank you to all of you who have subscribed and watch my youtube channel. To enter this giveaway, head on over to my channel and leave a comment below this video. That’s all! Nothing else! It’s that simple!

Minimalist Face & Body Lotion

The day we decided to make lotion didn’t go as planned but the lotion stilled turned out great. It’s been almost a year since I made our last batch which goes to show me that my homemade lotion lasts just as long, if not longer, than store-bought lotion. I doubled the amount that you see in this video last year so I will be making some more next week. The 6 oz.