The Art of Simple Podast #75 with Tsh Oxenreider and guest Michelle DeRusha

#75: My favorite woman yet

Who do we “need” to know from history? Michelle DeRusha offers 50 great women in her latest book, 50 Women Every Christian Should Know (hint: it’s not just for Christians, nor just for women!). She and Tsh talk about several of her favorite women in history, and why we all benefit from remembering and honoring (read more…)

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autumn

Weekend links

What kids around the world eat for breakfast :: NY Times How to keep a great series from ruining your life :: Modern Mrs. Darcy How to stay: a sense of place for the tent-loving nomad :: Christa Wells Guardians of the gallery :: The Distance 20 stores that refuse to open on Thanksgiving :: (read more…)

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flower tree

Location matters. Community matters.

We’ve met a few “location-independent” people on our travels—usually singles, though there’s an occasional family—that doesn’t live anywhere in particular. They live where the wind takes them. Their work is done online, so they’re able to live out of their backpacks and move about the cabin indefinitely. Essentially, they do what we’re doing for the (read more…)

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leaves

Weekend links

Communities vs. networks: To which do you belong? :: The Art of Manliness Finding life in the margins :: Inspired RD Embrace the messy seasons with the 80/20 rule :: Simple Kids 7 countries where Americans can study for free (or almost free) :: Washington Post Daylight Saving :: YouTube “Summer ends, and Autumn comes, (read more…)

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a walk in the woods

On making time for the wild

Lately, I’ve been thinking about the power of the outdoors. Nature. We frequent the subject of the natural world somewhat frequently around the blog here—about why we should let our kids play in dirt, why we should take regular screen sabbaths and walk out our front doors, and the like. But i still need to (read more…)

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