Lauren McCullough - Founder
After four years of living in Paraguay while serving in the Peace Corps, Lauren developed a taste for living simply. Inspired by the minimalist movement Lauren wants to help others find greater peace and harmony in their life by practicing non-attachment and letting go of all things that do not serve us. An avid yogi, meditation practitioner, and with her Master's in Public Health, Lauren is a holistic health believer and recognizes the influence the environment has on health and well-being, mind and body.
Libby Valdez - Wardrobe Specialist
With sustainability and ethics ever on her mind, Libby Valdez is a former "fast fashion" consumer who now prefers timeless, high-quality clothing carefully selected from clothing swaps, thrift stores, and reputable retailers. Using fresh and intuitive style guidance, she hopes to encourage others to express their precious individuality through tailored fashion. Libby is an active runner, a plant-based recipe extraordinaire (thanks, Pinterest), and is currently working to complete her Doctor of Public Health degree. She strives daily to live and extend health and wellness to the world around her.
Now that you know who we are, let us tell you who we are not...
Lauren and Libby are not trained psychologists and therefore not prepared to support cases of hoarding, depression, or other emotional disturbances that may be related to the accumulation of things or an unorganized and neglected home. If you or a family member does need assistance in this area, please read this article which outlines preliminary steps that you can take, national support organizations, as well as how to find professional therapists for support in your local area.