Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Things I Keep

In one week, I will be moving out of my apartment. A week after that, I will be living out of my car with my husband and dog for a couple weeks traveling through Utah, Idaho, and Oregon. As I’m … Continue reading

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Simplifying Our Transportation

We are accustomed to living lives of convenience. We can take a plane across the country in just a few hours, can record our favorite television shows and watch them whenever we want, and we can grab just about any … Continue reading

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On a Personal Note…

This is going to be a weird post, I’m just saying. You might feel like you’re reading my journal. However, I’ve had a really hard couple months dealing with family issues and it has made me ask some really tough … Continue reading

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Engaging in Your City

Living an intentional life goes beyond your own household. It means living intentionally in community, in the neighborhood and city that you live in. Living a life of purpose that is far more than what most people realize minimalism is. … Continue reading

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I’m Back!

Hey Everyone! I just wanted to write a quick post to let you know I haven’t abandoned this blog! I’ve been out of town and dealing with some family stuff that has arisen. I am back, however, and ready to … Continue reading

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