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From Minimalism to Essentialism; 3-Sep-2014

My father had a transferable job and almost every year that he moved to a new place, the family moved too. From every place we collected not only memories but also souvenirs. 292 more words

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The Final Countdown--Final Minimalist Game Update

To FINALLY wrap up the minimalist game from July, Andy and I took a giant load of purged stuff to Arc.  In a fit of desperation of wanting my garage back, we took a bunch of stuff to Arc, a thrift store in town that provides training, jobs, and resources to people with developmental disabilities and their families.   270 more words


Soar Like An Eagle

It’s cloudy when I wake up. I get nervous because I don’t want to miss this opportunity again. This is the third time my friend and I planned to go to Skydive Chicago for our first skydiving adventure – the other days had all been rainy. 1,170 more words

Do you have a personal moral code?

Something I think a lot about is becoming the kind of person I want to be. A lot of people spend time thinking about regret- what they could have or should have or wish they had known. 838 more words

Frugal Living

The Sacred Things

A month ago I read this post on my beautiful soul sister’s site and it really resonated with me (as everything she writes tends to do). 350 more words


living simply with children

Our daughter just celebrated a birthday, and while I was somewhat dreading the influx of toys, we made out okay. She got one thing she adores, and a few others she doesn’t care much about…which probably won’t stick around long. 421 more words



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