The idea of adults reading books written for a teenage audience is a fairly mainstream idea by now. If you know me at all, you know that I’m a big proponent of reading what makes you happy, and YA literature is my sweet spot for a variety of reasons.

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From here, we watch our kids run around with the neighbor kids, we hear live music from the town square a few blocks away, and we can see the porch lights from the coffee shop a block in front of us. It reminds us why we live here and why we choose to tackle this old cottage and make it our home.

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Learning truths about yourself from the acts of decluttering and travel… it’s surprising what these vulnerable endeavors can teach us.

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While I usually avoid fads, the decluttering craze sweeping America is one where I don’t mind jumping on the bandwagon. Until recently, I had never really completely finished a clutter-clearing project to the point where I got the buzz. In previous attempts I usually just gave up or ended the attempt out of exhaustion from all the decision making.

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These six ideas help me make decisions about when it’s time to travel, where we go, what we do when we’re there, and why we bother in the first place.

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We’ve got another in our series called My Good List: a thing, a habit, a work of art, and a philosophy. (Don’t worry, we’re not nixing our new format! We’re simply still doing MGLs every now and then…) I’m talking to my friend Christie Purifoy, a former English professor turned writer and gardener. She’s got […]

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