The Art of Simple Podcast #73 with Tsh Oxenreider and Kat Lee

#73: In a five-foot tree

It’s always a treat to talk to my friend (and AoS contributor) Kat Lee! I was glad to get in a last-minute conversation with her before we hit the skies and head across the world… In this episode, we chat about RISK: new school year beginnings, moving, modeling the art of taking risks, letting our (read more…)

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Can children still run free in 2014?

As I discussed in my last post, my family and I just bought our first house. We moved only five miles away from our previous home of eight years, but in some ways it feels like we moved to an entirely new town. One of the differences between our last neighborhood and our new neighborhood (read more…)

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13 books I’m reading this next year

“We read to know we’re not alone.” William Nicholson couldn’t be most spot-on about why reading resonates with so many of us, and I think it’ll ring truer for me this year than it has in a long time. Sure, we’ll be meeting new people daily from all walks of life, and yet, if my (read more…)

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Weekend links

How travel has changed my life :: Never-Ending Footsteps Why it doesn’t matter how you feel about your friends :: Shauna Niequist on Storyline The art of choosing books and starting a book club :: Heidi Scovel on The Read-Aloud Revival 25 ways to ask kids, “So how was school today?” without asking them, “So (read more…)

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4 things you don’t have to do with your money

If there is one thing I’ve learned as we have been working toward becoming debt free, it is that everyone has an opinion about money: their money, the government’s money, the church’s money, charity money, the schools’ money, your money, and my money. There are a lot of “rules” out there regarding money, and no (read more…)

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