Monthly Archives: January 2011

Experience to Experience

The temptation for a minimalist is to live life to the extreme. Become location independent, travel all over the world with no plans, ditch those who become negative influences in your journey. None of these things are bad, and in … Continue reading

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Interview with Nina Yau

Nina Yau is the blogger behind Castles in the Air and the author of the Radical Minimalist, Minimalist Freedom, and Inspirations for the Radical Minimalist. She is an incredibly talented writer. Fierce, intelligent, and a very sweet person, she is … Continue reading

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From Poverty to Too Much to Enough

I have several polaroids from my earliest childhood years and to me, they speak to what life was like for our family. And they are very precious. There is one with all four of us kids sharing a bed and … Continue reading

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Choosing an Allegiance

We all do it. By the clothes we choose to put on our back, the food we allow ourselves to eat, and the words that come out of our mouth. Whether we call ourselves a Christian, American, Republican, Vegetarian, or … Continue reading

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Interview with Dusti Arab

Dusti Arab is the author of Minimalist Adventures. I’ve been reading her blog for a few months now and seen it grow in an unbelievable way. I absolutely admire how she doesn’t let her age or the fact that she … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned While Slowing it Down

For Christmas, Bryan and I stayed two nights in a yurt in Golden Gate Canyon State Park in Golden, Colorado. It. Was. Amazing. We read a lot, sat by the fire, drank apple cider and hot cocoa, left our phones … Continue reading

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