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Black Minimalists on the Web: Part Two

Black Minimalists on the Web: Part Two



Just in time for #BHM, I'm back with another edition of Black Minimalists on the Web. It makes me happy and excited to find more and more black creatives who are minimalists and share them with you. The community is continuously growing.

Please check out and support the black minimalists below by visiting, subscribing, and encouraging them on their journeys as they inspire you.

Disclaimer: The creatives listed below, may or may not personally identify as minimalist; however, they were chosen because their content speaks to a minimalist lifestyle.

Neosha Gardner

http://createherstock.com; http://www.hasneounique.com/

“Because black girls are more than two thumbs up and a smile.” Self-described “creative minimalist”, Neosha Gardner is the founder of CreateHER Stock, a stock image company catering to black women creatives and owner and designer at HUN Creative, a brand design studio.





Yvonne Wallace


“My simple, complicated life.” Meet Yvonne Wallace, life and career coach residing in Washington, DC. Yvonne’s mission is to “help make people wealthy, mentally and physically, from the inside out.” Her blog focuses on adding more simplicity into your life. She has “Minute Monday” features that offer simple life and biz tips along with other great resources.




Nikki Terry

http://OrangeCustard.com ; http://nikkiterry.com 

Owner of design studio, Orange Custard and visual artist, Nikki Terry states she was born a minimalist and inspired by her father's style growing up. Native Marylander (woop woop) by way of Baltimore and currently a Brooklyn resident (where Brooklyn at?), Nikki also pursues photography. Nikki’s goal as an artist is to recreate the world how she see’s it and minimalism helps facilitate that process.



Cicely Renee


"All class with a little sass." Carefree and magical, blogger Cicely is living the simple life and recently moved across the country to Dallas for a fresh start. Her lifestyle blog covers a variety of topics from blogging + business, relationships, food + wine, and of course, her minimalist journey.

Monday Motivation: The Art of Letting Go




Nneka Okono


“To travel is to transform.” I found Nneka through an article she wrote on For Harriet about why black women should embrace minimalism. Nneka is a writer, coach, and avid traveler who lived in Spain for nine months (hence the paella). She currently resides in Atlanta and muses about life and traveling on her blog.


Anekia Nicole


"Hippie-spirited. Open diary. Nerd." Anekia opens her diary and shares her life experiences to inspire and encourage you on your journey. I found Anekia via Twitter when she wrote about rethinking christmas and the focus on materialism.

Why Set Resolutions? Living a More Conscionable Lifehttp://twitter.com/anekianicole

Niambi Wilson


“Peace. Love. Beauty. Be Intentional.” Niambi’s YouTube channel is one of my more recent discoveries. She is a polyglot who shares her minimalist journey, travels, beauty and natural hair tips, and relationship experiences. Niambi has lived abroad in Ecuador and the Dominican Republic. Check out her advice videos and vlogs.

Wilsar Johnson


“Black girl gone healthy.” First off I want to say, I love the name Wilsar and she definitely lives up to her beautiful name. Wilsar's blog is all about helping you live a healthy, happy, and simple lifestyle. Check out her Instagram for more #blackgirlmagic.




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Go check these ladies out and don't worry, I'm already working on part three.

Also, if you know of other black minimalists not featured above or in Part One, please share their names in the comments or hit me on social media.

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