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099 | Being a Minimalist & Raising Happy Kids with Podcaster & Author Diane Boden

Candidly Speaking

Carrie welcomes Author and Host of The Minimalist Mom's Podcast Diane Boden to the show! Di tells us about growing up in Columbus, Ohio, being a creative and curious child, Going to college at Ohio State, thinking she was going to be a teacher, and then realizing she did NOT want to be a teacher. Carrie is curious how Diane got the idea to start her podcast The Minimalist Mom's Podcast, and how she began list as a minimalist. Di gives tips for how she manages her kids expectations with toys at the store, and tips for people who are just starting their journey into minimalism. Carrie and Di discuss the difference between organizing and decluttering, and Carrie is curious about how Di's book deal came about, what her process of writing was like, and if Di wants to write another book. Full show notes can be found at www.carriegillaspie.comFollow along instagram: @candidlyspeakingpodcast and @carrie.gillaspie


13 Apr 2021

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#114 Why Do Motherhood and Minimalism Go Together? With Guest Diane Boden of Minimalist Moms

Modern Manners for Moms & Dads

This week, we're joined by Diane Boden, the voice behind the top-rated Minimalist Moms podcast, where she spreads her ideas and interviews others in regards to living a life in the pursuit of less. Her goal is simply: think more and do with less. Diane is the author of the new book, Minimalist Moms: Living and Parenting with Simplicity. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband and three children. Follow Diane on social media for weekly motivation and encouragement.Book: https://www.amazon.com/Minimalist-Moms-Living-Parenting-Simplicity/dp/1642505099 Podcast: http://www.minimalistmomspodcast.comInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/minimalistmomspodcastFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/minimalistmomsStay in touch by sending us your questions and feedback!Phone: (857) MANNERSEmail: hi@evieandsarah.comAnd don't forget to find us on Clubhouse! Read more about Why Parents Belong on Clubhouse (and in Our New Positive Parenting Club) and find us there, @egranville and @drsarahdavis. You can also join our brand new Positive Parenting Club for access to our rooms each week!Take our quiz to discover your Parenting Perspective: "What type of parent are you in public?" When you discover your unique strengths as a parent, you can develop your confidence, character, and connections.Website: http://www.evieandsarah.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/evieandsarahFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modernmannersformomsanddadsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/evieandsarah/Music: Something Elated by Broke for FreeSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


22 Mar 2021

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086: Minimalist Motherhood (Interview with Diane Boden)

The Simple Home

Minimalist Motherhood?It may seem like minimalism and motherhood don't work together! I used to feel that way too. I thought minimalism was just for young couples who lived in modern apartments in the city.But when I became a mom and my kids started growing, I realized all I did was clean up after them. All day long, I picked up toys, did dishes and laundry, and moved paperwork from one flat surface to another.This is not how I pictured motherhood or how I wanted to spend the rest of it.Minimalism and motherhood may seem like complete opposites, but learning what minimalism really means will give you the space you want and desperately need.On this episode of The Simple Home Podcast I talk with Diane Boden from The Minimalist Moms Podcast. Diane is the author of the brand new book, "Minimalist Moms" (which will be released in early March 2021). She teaches us what minimalism looks like in motherhood, realistic tips for decluttering, and how having less and doing less will benefit your whole family.Minimalism isn't just about have fewer possessions, although that does help. It's also about creating space for what's important to you and being grateful for what you already do have. Learning that you are enough and what you have is enough will go along way in you finding joy in motherhood.Links from this EpisodeMinimalist Moms PodcastMinimalist Moms Book- I already got my copy and LOVE it. Make sure you get your hands on it too!The Simple Home Reset Mentorship Program- Enrollment is currently open now through Sunday, February 28, 2021. If you’d like to hang out more and stay motivated in between episodes, come join my free Facebook community. It’s full of like minded people who are working hard to simplify their lives too! This work is easier done in community than by yourself so come over and join us!If this episode inspired you in some way, please take a minute to leave a rating and review on itunes. Use this link, click the 5 starts, and write a short review of the show! Find this episode of The Simple Home Podcast and others you’ll love on your favorite podcast player, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and TuneIn or anywhere else you listen to podcasts! Remember to subscribe on your favorite podcast player so you don’t miss an episode.


25 Feb 2021

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Diane Boden on Decluttering and Living a (Realistic) Minimalist Lifestyle

Your Simply Big Life

I LOVE THIS EPISODE! This is the first episode(probably of many) all about decluttering. Whether you love the idea of decluttering or not so much, this conversation will help you to rethink how you view your home and your life when it comes to the stuff that we allow to take up space. Diane is the voice behind the top-rated podcast, the Minimalist Moms, where she spreads her ideas and interviews others in regards to living a life in the pursuit of less. Her goal is simply: think more and do with less. She was exactly the right person to chat about removing the physical clutter from our homes and doing so with intention. We talk about all the things from decluttering with kids, where to start on the decluttering journey, as well as the importance of aligning your values with how you are actually spending your time and what you are prioritizing. Listen in and enjoy! Show Notes Instagram: @dianeboden @minimalistmomspodcast  Minimalist Moms Podcast: https://www.minimalistmomspodcast.com/


17 Aug 2020

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Minimalism for Families with Diane Boden

Millennial Minimalists

Learn how to embrace a minimalist lifestyle with a family! Kelly connects with Diane Boden, the host of the Minimalist Moms Podcast and wife and mom to 3! Diane discusses her minimalism journey and shares simple living strategies for moms and dads today. Diane argues that the best way to influence your partner and/or child is to lead by example, and she shares advice on how to instill these practices into a family network. Be inspired to understand minimalism as a lifestyle that is achievable and beneficial for everyone!About Diane BodenMinimalist Moms PodcastResources for Minimalist Families


8 Jun 2020

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The Parent Pod: Minimalist Motherhood with Diane Boden

The Parent Pod Podcast by Gymboree Play and Music

Episode InformationIn this week’s episode of the Parent Pod Podcast, we are discussing the art of Minimalism and how parents can bring minimalist values into their day-to-day life.Diane Boden is the voice behind the top-rated podcast, the Minimalist Moms, where she spreads her ideas and interviews others in regards to living a life in the pursuit of less. Her goal is simply: think more and do with less. Diane has been featured on Minimal-ish Podcast, The Pure Nurture Podcast, The 29 Minute Mom and many others. She was featured in 614Magazine in August 2019. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband and three children. Connect with Diane on Instagram@minimalistmomspodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/minimalistmomspodcast/?hl=enAbout The Parent Pod podcast by Gymboree Play & Music is a weekly conversation that features various experts who are willing to share helpful tips for parents and grandparents on how to support their little ones during the first five years of life. Our podcast drives conversations around early childhood development and parenting strategies, with topics ranging from sleep training, and minimalist living to maternal mental health and postpartum depression.Visit us online: www.gymboreeclasses.comPurchase Bubble Ooodles Online:Purchase Here

11 May 2020

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45: Sentimentality with Diane Boden

Sage Family

Today I’m here with Diane Boden talking about sentimentality. Diane is a wife, mother, and the voice behind the top-rated Minimalist Moms podcast. We go over why it’s so hard to let go of keepsakes, how your keepsakes can tell the story of your life, criteria for keeping or letting go, use of precious objects, photos, and digital keepsakes. Get the full show notes here: rachelrainbolt.com/podcast45 Support the Sage Family Podcast here: patreon.com/sagefamily


21 Apr 2020

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Simplifying Our Lives through the Beauty of Minimalism. Interview with Diane Boden

Find The Magic

There is no way around it, our stuff affects our lives.  Minimalism is a philosophy that invites us to find freedom and simplicity. We all know that minimalism applies to our material things, which is important, and today we discuss how we can apply minimalism to the way we parent. In this episode, we interview Diane Boden, host of the Minimalist Moms Podcast, and a mother of three kids who lives with the goal of thinking more while doing with less.She gives us wonderful tips we can all apply to our lives in a very doable way, and we hope it will leave you inspired to simplify your own life so you can do focus more on what’s truly important to you.You can find Diane on instagram @minimalistmomspodcast, and on her website, http://www.minimalistmomspodcast.com/, where you can find her podcast and other social media platforms.Our Website (You can find all show notes here, along with book recommendations and links to all past books):https://www.findthemagic.coFind us on instagram:Felica: https://www.instagram.com/felicaallen/Taralyn: https://www.instagram.com/taralyngriffin/p.s. Our secret to reading so many books is this little baby, a magical wireless earbud:) https://amzn.to/36d89Zj--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findthemagic/support


20 Apr 2020

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047: How to Declutter Sentimental Items (Interview with Diane Boden

The Simple Home

“Clutter is just postponed decisions” Hemphill This quote is true of all clutter, but especially accurate when talking about sentimental clutter. It’s hard to make decisions about items we feel connected to at a deeper level, but not making the decision just prolongs the amount of time the clutter will stick around.  Getting Stuck When Decluttering Sentimental Items No matter where you are in your steps to declutter your home, I’m sure you’ve run into a snag when it comes to sentimental items. Even the most seasoned organizers and those who are living a seemingly minimal lifestyle have had trouble (and likely still do) with possessions that hold emotional attachment.  In this episode of The Simple Home Podcast, I talk with fellow podcaster, Diane Biden.  She gives us practical advice for letting go of the clutter that’s holding us down. Some of us deal with emotional ties to our physical belongings more than others, but none of us are immune. Diane shares how, even though she’s been decluttering and editing her life for several years, she still finds herself stuck with some sentimental items. There’s no one way to go about decluttering sentimental items.  Just like there’s no one way to go about editing all your possessions, there isn’t one right way to go through items that feel hard to let go of. Going one step at a time, however that looks for you, is the best way to make any change. Diane’s tips will help you take the first step in conquering your sentimental clutter. Key Takeaways Diane’s journey to Minimalism and the benefits she’s seen.What sentimental clutter might be holding you back the most.Why we’re attached to some items more than others.Tips for going through sentimental clutter and deciding what to keep and what to let go of.What area you should start in if you’re at the beginning of your simplifying journey. Before dealing with sentimental items. Links from this episodeThe Minimalist Moms PodcastThe Minimalist Moms Podcast on InstagramMinimalistmomspodcast.comFind this episode of The Simple Home Podcast and others you’ll love on your favorite podcast player, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and TuneIn! Remember to subscribe on your favorite podcast player so you don’t miss an episode.


2 Apr 2020

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EP 141: Minimalist Mom Parenting, with special guest Diane Boden

This Organized Life

Hi Friends! Today we are joined by host of The Minimalist Moms Podcast, Diane Boden. Diane, is the wife to Marty, mom to Miss Charlotte Rose, Martin, and a September babe on the way! She is a lover of books, travel, cool autumn days and coffee. Diane describes herself as a reformed ‘shop-aholic’ who now readily embraces a ‘less is more’ lifestyle. Her goal is to inspire you to think more and do with less. We talk candidly about her own minimalism journey the spectrum of minimalism  how things like screen time, extra circular activities and family factor into her minimalist philosophy I love chatting with moms of younger kids who can bring a fresh perspective to raising kids in a "digital first" era.  I invite you to listen to our entire conversation and share the episode with your tribe! XOXO- Laurie CONNECT WITH DIANE WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Please support us! SUBSCRIBE to TOL to have new episodes downloaded each week! LEAVE A REVIEW .  Social influence is the most impactful way to help others find our show! Are you a Professional Organizer? Click HERE to learn more about our SBO Partner Program Looking for a Professional Organizer to help you? Click HERE to find a trusted SBO Partner in your area! Connect with Me WEBSITE | FB | IG | PINTEREST Stop feeling like a Hot Mess! HOT MESS: A Practical Guide to Getting Organized is my witty little survival guide that helps you get to the root of your clutter. Learn about the 3 types of clutter, Physical, Emotional, and Calendar, along with how to avoid the 5 Clutter Pitfalls.  Available on amazon, barnes & noble or wherever books are sold.


22 Aug 2019