This course, created for mamas who are ready to embrace meaningful self-care, will walk you through the mindful curation of a minimalist wardrobe that will honor your authentic identity and help you live a values-based life.
"My closet, and my mind, feel so much better!"
"I have so many great things to say about this minimalist wardrobe course. Whether you are new to minimalizing your closet or have been a minimalist for a while, Rachel includes really great advice and resources for a complete revamp. The insight she gives on the why, and the how, is priceless. I work from home and have kiddos that love the outdoors. The advice she gives about at-home loungewear was a really positive mind shift for me. This can be applied to your children's wardrobes as well, which I will tackling next! Another great benefit to the class is that it is available in all formats of media so if you can't listen to the audio, you can read it. Rachel walks you through the entire process. My closet, and my mind, feel so much better!"
do you ever feel . . .
Lost standing in front of a packed closet saying, "I don't have anything to wear"?
Depressed at the reflection you see when you look in the mirror?
Overwhelmed by the contents of your closet and dresser?
Weighed down each morning while getting dressed?
Unclear on who you are as an individual woman after years devoting your body to the growth, nurturing, and care of little ones?
I was right there with you, standing anxiously in front of a packed closet for far too many minutes of my life, only to feel frumpy and wrong in front of the mirror. Then one day when stepping into my closet after showering off the dust from digitizing and minimizing my family's paperwork, I had an epiphany about just how much my wardrobe was weighing me down . . . while wrapped in a towel and dripping a puddle on the floor. I wanted to lighten my load, like I had been doing with the rest of my belongings, but just donating and tossing quantity wasn't exactly it.
So I dropped the towel (no peeking), threw on my husband's t-shirt, crashed on the bed with my laptop, and researched the shiz out of minimalist wardrobe approaches and style identity creation. After my months-long deep dive, I was able to see my wardrobe in a whole new light and work through a process that birthed this Minimalist Wardrobe course, which marries a uniform/capsule/minimalist wardrobe with the deeper identity work that creates profoundly positive change.
clear your closet clutter
build the wardrobe of your dreams
fall in love with who you are today
get dressed each morning with ease
"we are seeing with new eyes."
"I'm LOVING. THIS. COURSE!!! Rachel has been a mentor and lifeline for my family for the past 4 years. And while I've come to expect only the best advice from her, I could not have imagined that the woman I've leaned on for solid parenting support would become my new go-to resource for financial literacy and wealth building. But I should have known better!
Rachel is, in the best sense, a money nerd. In Sage Money, she brings her whole, hilarious, casually-imperfect perfect self to the table, walking you through every single step you'll need to bring your family into solid financial footing. I'll admit to being totally intimidated by this process before I began. But her humble, warty realness as she reveals her own family's journey from 6-figure debt to financial freedom is SO inspiring, and yet it feels totally in-reach by the end of this compact, thoroughly enjoyable and engaging course.
At 41, my partner and I are grateful to be healing the decades-old money baggage that's kept our family treading water for years. We are seeing with new eyes these days, and the road ahead looks and feels gloriously wide open. Thank you Rachel! You're my shero."
Extend to your children all the benefits of a minimalist wardrobe that you will gain plus improved emotional regulation and independence!
The gentle parenting, natural homeschooling, and simple living mentor and founder of Sage Family. With a master’s degree in marital and family therapy, I have spent decades guiding thousands of overwhelmed families to peace and joy.
I developed the Minimalist Wardrobe course after applying minimalist values and principles to my own wardrobe transformed the start to my days, my relationship with my body, and my ability to live a life of intention.
Yes! The program focuses on you (it's okay, you deserve some focus), then it walks you through extending everything you learned to your children's closets in collaboration.
Sustainability is a core part of the minimalist ethos and I do discuss ethical brands, second hand shopping, and the handmade clothing movement, but ultimately I show you "how" more than I tell you "what," meaning you can apply the process to any personal values and preferences.
It is self-paced with lifetime access. This means that you can move through the lessons whenever works for you, at the pace that feels right you, and you can revisit the content whenever if feels helpful for you, for as long as the class is up and running.
Yes! The Minimalist Wardrobe course is 20% off the first week of November (just once a year).
Money was the main obstacle to becoming a homeschooling family
. . . not anymore!
"I just finished the Sage Money class and it is amazing! Witnessing the brave money decisions Rachel’s family has made to create the most fulfilling life for them is so inspiring!
I was always so worried about money being the main obstacle to becoming a homeschooling family. This class has given me the knowledge to take the necessary steps to reach our family’s financial goals, which in turn will allow us to live a life that is more in line with our values. This I think is what makes this course so impactful.
I feel so much more confident in my ability to choose the best path for my family and be less influenced by the sometimes strong cultural messages telling me what family life should look like. The class is also very comprehensive and not intimidating at all!
I live in Canada, and while a few components of the class touch on financial products and programs that are specific to the US, all the information can very easily be applied to the Canadian context. I strongly encourage it!"
— you, next month