Author Archives: Kate

New Website!!

I have now moved to a new website…. please check it out! I have a post up at Love Big, Live Small that explains all the reasons for the move, and why it’s a good thing! THANKS! 🙂

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Pedal.

I was pedaling along a busy bike path with my eyes glancing to the river beside me and my thoughts were easy and slow. The air was clean and I breathed it in deeply, inhaling the memories this city always … Continue reading

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From a Wal-Mart Parking Lot

From a Wal-Mart parking lot at one in the morning, we glanced at each other with tears in our eyes. Sunk into our seats under the burden of wanting to fix each other, my husband and I remained silent for … Continue reading

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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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