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.
Halfway through July, the unseasonal rains have stopped, and the full heat of a sticky Arkansas summer has taken their place. I’m grateful for my car’s air conditioning this time of year, but I live for those rare summer moments, late evenings and early mornings, when I can drive with windows down and inhale fresh country…
Distractions plague our lives. We try to get through each day amid a flurry of text messages, email notifications, instant messenger notifications, SnapChats, interruptions by coworkers and family. Research shows that it takes “25 minutes on average to resume a task after being interrupted.” Many of us try to handle this flurry of activity by…
I recently rediscovered Medium, a minimalist publishing platform created by Twitter co-founders Ev Williams and Biz Stone. The platform debuted in 2012 with the goal becoming “a new place on the Internet where people share ideas and stories that are longer than 140 characters and not just for friends.” Stone and Williams wanted it to be…
Today I woke up tired. Allergy-ridden and recovering from a late evening run, my body just couldn’t catch up the way it needed last night. I woke and started thinking about my day…all the tasks at hand and all the challenges they represent. I felt my body tense in response. What if things don’t go…
I struggle with staying organized. My email inbox receives between 50-100 emails a day, and meetings typically occupy over 6 hours of a typical work day. Each email and meeting generates new tasks that join my ever long list. ActionAgenda running on my iPad When that list becomes too long, I retreat into a mentality…