About Simply Minimally

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Welcome! My name is Heather and I hail from Northern California where I'm in love with the simple things of life. From simple to minimal living, and vintage and slow fashion, this is what I love to write about. 

I am a part-time freelance writer, and blogger, and a full-time minimalist.

My work has appeared in many books, blogs, and magazines including Chicken Soup for the Soul, Guideposts, Mamalode, Minimalism Life, and No Sidebar. 

I have written a few books, two of which are listed on my vintage clothing website, and one which is a middle-grade book available on Amazon.

I love selling and wearing vintage and am a mom to two boys. I am conveniently married to my best friend. This blog is all about living minimally; the what, why, and how of it all. 

I dove into minimal living in 2017 and began the long swim of figuring out how to navigate the ups and downs and ins and outs of being a minimalist and remaining a minimalist. It has been a wonderful adventure.

This site is filled with information to help you on your minimalism journey. I'm not plugging a book or touting a course (not yet, anyway), but I do want to have articles about minimalism for you - articles I could've used years ago when I was starting my minimalism trek. I hope they help and encourage you.

If you're interested in more on slow living, visit my slow living blogThat blog is all about a simple but good life. While it began years ago as an outlet for my creative writing - and there are a lot of articles on the art of writing - it is ultimately about everything that happens in my life centered around slow living.

If you're interested in more on slow fashion and vintage fashion, visit my vintage blog. This blog covers all sorts of things vintage (that I love) from dating vintage items, to background research on specific designers, to sale updates in my online vintage shop! If you love vintage and slow fashion like I do, this blog may be right up your alley. I try to blog daily. In a way, it's a vintage journal.

Contact me if you have any questions, or have an idea for a future post. I love hearing from my readers.

 If there is a specific concept or aspect that you're looking for more information on, find the search bar at the top of the blog and type in what you're looking for. Or click the "archive" tab in the sidebar to your right, and scroll through articles for something that might interest you.

I’m so glad you’re here.


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