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Feb 7, 2019

In today’s episode, we chat with Dr. Jo, the mastermind behind the blog She shares her story of how she started her blog to share her love of minimalism home décor. Her beautiful blog is filled with tips, tricks and ideas to de-clutter your life and enjoy your space.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why she decided to start her blog after looking for a side gig for a while.
  • How she got her blog started and how she came up with the idea for it.
  • Her tips for dealing with all things related to kids and all their toys.
  • How she feels about the KonMarie method and how she differs from it.
  • Why she likes Ikea and feels like they are a great spot for minimalist décor.
  • How she plans to monetize her blog and use it as a source of side income.
  • How she got into practicing esthetics and integrative medicine.

Jo is a physician and blogger who blogs anonymously at She lives in Toronto with her husband, 4 year old son and their dog, Charlie. She is a home décor and decluttering maniac who also happens to be a mom and part time family practice doctor and she incorporates esthetics and integrative medicine into her practice. Her blog showcases her beautiful, tidy home and she also shares her tips, trick, DIY’s and favorite things related to home décor, home organization, style and simplifying life with kids. will teach you about the positive impact a tidy home can have on your life.

Links we discussed in the show:

Quotes from Dr. Jo:

  • “I really do enjoy things when they are tidy.”
  • “The first step to organizing anything is to de-clutter first.”
  • “It nourishes another side of me and I almost see it as a therapeutic thing.”

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