Podcast & Blog
While I mostly podcast, I occasionally write down my thoughts. You can all my podcast episodes and blog posts here. Each week, the Simple Life Works podcast will:
Each week, the Simple Life Works podcast will:
- Bring you tips and guidance for living a simple, more fulfilling life
- Share real stories from people doing good, simple works that:
- improve their lives
- meaningfully connect with others
- contribute to their communities.
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After a loooong hiatus, I’m back this week with a couple of friends, Stephanie Funk and Laurie Marshall, to discuss fast fashion and the attachments we create to the clothes in our closet (or closets). 😉
During our conversation, we referenced a few things including:
- The Life Changing Manga of Tidying Up
- Clothes Mentor
- The True Cost (fast fashion documentary)
- Dress for Success
It’s good to be back. I hope you enjoy the discussion.
It’s been a couple of weeks too long since our last podcast. Work got crazy and life got in the way (translation: I failed to prioritize appropriately) and my list got waaaay out of control. No interview this week. Just me and my thoughts on how lists can be a great tool and they can…
This week I sit down with Jay Amargos, owner of i’Mindful Studio in Bentonville, Arkansas, and a certified instructor for Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Pioneered by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn, MBSR is a clinical approach to stress-reduction through meditation and other mindfulness techinques. For me, simplification leads to less clutter. When we have less mental and physical…
Inspired by a woman in London who saved $24,000 Pounds by not spending money for a year, Summer Davis has embarked on her own Year of No Spending. Summer and I sat down to talk about her ambitious plan and how she plans to balance that with the daily demands of life, work and family.
Amy Robinson & Tribe of Women establish cultures of women supporting women and more good men in our personal and professional lives. This week I sat down with Amy to discuss her work with Tribe of Women and what she does every day to minimize distraction and better connect with those around her.
On his site, mnmlist.com, Lea Baubata writes defines minimalism as: “It’s about stuff, and how it has come to overwhelm us. It’s about distractions and commitments and a never ending task list. It’s about the culture of more, of bigger, of consumption. It’s about how less is the answer.” If you regularly feel overwhelmed, this podcast is…