Creating a home where the living is easy

Simple living means something different to each of us. Urban or rural, working out of the home or not, raising older kids or newborns, driving or walking – we each have aspects of our individual lives that make our days simpler. Small steps in life can make moments at home easier. Let’s face it, we (read more…)

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An Introduction to Traditional Wet Shaving: Good for the Earth, Great for Skin!

Throughout the month of April, we’ve discussed eliminating toxins in the home.  We all know that less toxicity equals better health for our bodies.  When you add in the the happy by-product of better health for the earth, it’s hard to resist the appeal of eliminating toxicity from the routines of every day life. Here (read more…)

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3 simple ways to store online recipes (guest post on Simple Bites)

Today I’m over at Simple Bites, the sister cooking blog within the Simple Living Media family. I’m talking about my favorite ways to store and organize recipes I find on the Internet. From the post: …”About 75 percent of the recipes I use on a regular basis come from the Internet. Betty Crockers of the (read more…)

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Congratulations to the Winners of the Make Week Giveaways!

The giveaways for Make Week ended on Sunday night at midnight, CST. Thank you so much to everyone who entered! We had a great response. I”m sure that many of you are waiting with baited breath, so I will get right to it. The winners are:

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Gearing up for the next Book Club selection: In Defense of Food

In a week and a half — May 6, to be exact — the Book Club is starting up again. Our next selection? Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. If you care about your health, if you want to feed your family well, or if you love to eat, then you must (read more…)

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