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.
Subscribe to the the SLW Newsletter for all my latest podcast updates and publication schedule.
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.
“Every new beginning is some other beginning’s end.” – Semisonic (and Seneca the Younger waaaay before them.) And so here I find myself once again, writing on a blog I’ve largely ignored for the better part of a year. What brings me back this time? About a month ago, I quit my dream job at a…
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While I think people like me reasonably well, I kind of suck at making friends. I’m rich with acquaintances, with work buddies, and people with whom I trade quips and snarky remarks online. But I can count on a couple of fingers the people I would consider friends. An only child, I never developed many…
I’ve flirted with minimalism for at least eight years. I know this because Leo Babauta started ZenHabits.net in 2007 when I first discovered him. To quote Leo’s own story, “He started Zen Habits to chronicle and share what he’s learned while changing a number of habits, including: Quit smoking (on Nov. 18, 2005). Became a runner.…
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