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Simple Ways to Be More with Less (an interview with Courtney Carver)

When I first began downsizing and decluttering I came across a few blogs that seemed to all have one thing in common. Their authors were participating in a sort of mini-mission called Project 333. The founder of the project, Courtney Carver, came across as a very real, down-to-earth, approachable, minimalist of sorts. I reached out […]

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Another Man’s Revolution-Have we Lost Our Sense of Humanity at the Table?

Everyday of every hour, people around the globe are enjoying meals, snacks, and deserts either purchased or fully prepared by themselves or jointly with friends and family. Families sit down to eat together at tables albeit a Sunday gathering or just immediate family members. These times are sacred to some including ourselves. Our Scissors & Drumsticks […]

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Tiny Houses and the crap that goes with them

When you make the decision to abandon the traditional sticks and bricks method of Americana living decision become much more difficult and less tested than you can even believe. Between how to get a certificate of occupancy to gaining space on the electrical grid for your tiny house the territory is unchartered at best. The […]

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Tiny House as a modular dwelling

My first true introduction to modular homes came (by no coincidence, I am now sure) by Farmers’ Almanac TV. Just about four years ago they introduced a short film about the Katrina Cottage. The Katrina Cottage was designed as a replacement for the FEMA trailer made so popular in the hurricane ravaged areas of New […]

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Creating the Minimalist Medicine Cabinet

After we are asked “are you a minimalist” it is usually followed with “what is a minimalist” which then turns into “so why don’t you like stuff?” So to answer…. No, we are not minimalists. We are nothing. We are not a label and, quite frankly, don’t care to be. It is not that we […]

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