How to Incorporate the Vintage Lifestyle Into Your Daily Life

How to Incorporate the Vintage Lifestyle Into Your Daily Life



Views:6752|Rating:4.68|View Time:7:22Minutes|Likes:104|Dislikes:7
*Replace disposable items with sturdy long lasting pieces.
*Get a pocket watch.
*Use candles to light your home.
*Practice the discipline of an electronics free day.
*Use only the most essential technology and use it deliberately.

You can support this channel by purchasing something from an affiliate. These are vintage style items I personally use in our home:

Surpars House Wood Retro Table Lamp

Vintage Edison Bulb 40W

Paula Deen Steel Teakettle, Red

Crosley CR31-WA Retro AM/FM Radio

Lodge L8SK3 10-1/4-Inch Iron Skillet

Ritual French Coffee Press, Bamboo Wood

I cover the topics of Simplicity, Homemaking and Vintage Gothic Lifestyle.

I’m a writer, music composer, digital artist and homemaker, living in Fort Wayne, Indiana with my husband Sage and two children.

*Music composed by Rain San Martin

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8 thoughts on “How to Incorporate the Vintage Lifestyle Into Your Daily Life”

  1. I'm just finding out there are lots of us living vintage. I've actually done this for about two decades. I buy appliances and many other items in thrift stores, have worn my hair in a page boy cut for years, keep away from plastic junk, fast food, silly fads, anything lacking decorum and decency…Of course I do use some technology; is necessary for my job. Unlike 99% of the world, I actually do not use social media and don't own a smart phone. I have a pay-as-you-go flip phone, set on vintage ring, of course! I'll take it in the car with me, but leave it there when shopping, doing errands, at church, even when at work. It gets put on silent during meals, after 9:00pm, etc. I have a tablet that does almost everything as a laptop. It meets my needs just fine. Living "vintage" style is also economical. By using old washcloths instead of paper towels, a thermos with my own coffee, packing a homemade lunch instead of eating out or buying sandwich baggies, one can easily save much money and be kind to the environment. I do have my limits, however! You'll find no cut up seed catalogs, (vintage tp) in my washroom!

  2. I love this channel. I have always loved all things vintage and believe I as born in the wrong century. My 16 year old daughters and I love shopping at antique stores.

  3. You're darn right, older IS better!  Everything today is plastic or just made cheap. Love those older metal fans, I miss the big box style fans that used to be all metal too.  As for watches, I never used my smart phone for time, I love having a watch on my wrist and NO DIGITAL,  a watch must have hands.  Now as  I type I'm thinking about grandfather and grandmother clocks. Oh how I do want to go back in time…   Be well Rain, please more vids like this,  we know how to keep our kitchens spotless now.  😉

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How to Incorporate the Vintage Lifestyle Into Your Daily Life

How to Incorporate the Vintage Lifestyle Into Your Daily Life



Views:6752|Rating:4.68|View Time:7:22Minutes|Likes:104|Dislikes:7
*Replace disposable items with sturdy long lasting pieces.
*Get a pocket watch.
*Use candles to light your home.
*Practice the discipline of an electronics free day.
*Use only the most essential technology and use it deliberately.

You can support this channel by purchasing something from an affiliate. These are vintage style items I personally use in our home:

Surpars House Wood Retro Table Lamp

Vintage Edison Bulb 40W

Paula Deen Steel Teakettle, Red

Crosley CR31-WA Retro AM/FM Radio

Lodge L8SK3 10-1/4-Inch Iron Skillet

Ritual French Coffee Press, Bamboo Wood

I cover the topics of Simplicity, Homemaking and Vintage Gothic Lifestyle.

I’m a writer, music composer, digital artist and homemaker, living in Fort Wayne, Indiana with my husband Sage and two children.

*Music composed by Rain San Martin

Here are links to my social media sites:

My Blog Site companion to this YouTube channel:

Instagram:

Twitter:

Pinterest:

Listen to my music on Spotify:

8 thoughts on “How to Incorporate the Vintage Lifestyle Into Your Daily Life”

  1. I'm just finding out there are lots of us living vintage. I've actually done this for about two decades. I buy appliances and many other items in thrift stores, have worn my hair in a page boy cut for years, keep away from plastic junk, fast food, silly fads, anything lacking decorum and decency…Of course I do use some technology; is necessary for my job. Unlike 99% of the world, I actually do not use social media and don't own a smart phone. I have a pay-as-you-go flip phone, set on vintage ring, of course! I'll take it in the car with me, but leave it there when shopping, doing errands, at church, even when at work. It gets put on silent during meals, after 9:00pm, etc. I have a tablet that does almost everything as a laptop. It meets my needs just fine. Living "vintage" style is also economical. By using old washcloths instead of paper towels, a thermos with my own coffee, packing a homemade lunch instead of eating out or buying sandwich baggies, one can easily save much money and be kind to the environment. I do have my limits, however! You'll find no cut up seed catalogs, (vintage tp) in my washroom!

  2. I love this channel. I have always loved all things vintage and believe I as born in the wrong century. My 16 year old daughters and I love shopping at antique stores.

  3. You're darn right, older IS better!  Everything today is plastic or just made cheap. Love those older metal fans, I miss the big box style fans that used to be all metal too.  As for watches, I never used my smart phone for time, I love having a watch on my wrist and NO DIGITAL,  a watch must have hands.  Now as  I type I'm thinking about grandfather and grandmother clocks. Oh how I do want to go back in time…   Be well Rain, please more vids like this,  we know how to keep our kitchens spotless now.  😉

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