The Simple Things Volume One.

“The Simple Things” is going to be a regular feature here, whenever I feel like it, of links around the internet I have found to be inspiring and/or fun to read. Some will be some friends, some will be from friends I hope to ...Read More

The Amazing Clutter-Free House.

*Updated with bad pictures from my iPhone.OK, so the amazing clutter-free house happened to be the house for sale that my friends just bought, but still – wow. This past weekend I was up in Colorado visiting friends and attending to some business, and ...Read More

Summertime Early-Evening Ice Cream.

Do you remember when you were a kid when your parents took you for ice cream on an early summer evening? If not, you really missed out. I remember it being around dusk but still very warm outside, and we headed to the giant ...Read More

Slow Is Beautiful.

Portions of this post were originally published on my other site The Good Human back in 2007, but I thought the book should definitely be mentioned here as well. One of my favorite books of all time is “Slow is Beautiful – New Visions ...Read More

5 Things I Am Thankful For.

One of the key facets to being able to live a simple life is the ability to be thankful for what you have. If you are constantly yearning for “newer” or “better” or “more”, how could you possibly ever be satisfied and thankful? That ...Read More

Cleaning Out My Clothes Closet.

This weekend I tried on every single piece of clothing that I own. Saturday, with the Red Sox game on in the background, I went through my entire closet and my chest of drawers and did a huge purge of the stuff that I ...Read More

100 Reasons To Get Rid Of Your Clutter.

I thought you guys would really enjoy this one! From Martha Stewart: Because You Have Too Much Stuff 1. 1.4 million Americans suffer from chronic hoarding & clutter. 2. People burn 55 minutes a day looking for things. 3. 80 percent of what we ...Read More

The Lazy Sunday – A Forgotten Pastime.

The dictionary defines a pastime as “something that amuses and serves to make time pass agreeably”. Sunday used to be a day of rest, a day to recover, a day to spend time with family. It was a pastime for families all over the ...Read More