Things Have Vibes

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Today’s conversation is about minimalism, stuff that sparks joy, and the vibes of our things. Jordan shares about her practice of keeping a Commonplace Book and her idea for a slow / low buy year. Kaileen talks about how postpartum anxiety played a role in her desire to get rid of everything in her house and the three things she would do if she had more room in her life. We chat about our love for Marie Kondo’s Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and we wonder if our shopping habits are serving us.


  • Minimalism, tiny homes, capsule wardrobes

  • The one thing we’d grab if our homes were on fire

  • Always having a “donate” bag ready

  • Jordan’s makeup purge

  • Our stuff influencing our levels of anxiety

  • Fast fashion vs. buying fewer, better

  • The journey of dressing postpartum bodies

  • Kids have things and those things have vibes

  • Stuff isn’t just physical… feeling that digital content overload

Show Notes

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

Hannah Louise Poston’s no-buy year on YouTube

Nora Jenkins Townson’s tweet on soft boss energy

Rent the Runway (use referral link for $30 off your first order)

Kaileen’s fashion guru Natalie Borton and her #legitmomstyle

Zan Farrow’s High Vibe Design Guide

Minimalism documentary by The Minimalists

Matt D'Avella on YouTube

Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

Simple Matters by Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves

Queer Eye on Netflix

Jess Lively’s podcast, The Lively Show

The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

Bite Toothpaste Bits

Cocofloss (use referral link for $5 off)


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