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Tiny House Update – 12.23.10

There is nothing quite so frustrating as rain. Yes, cold weather is a beast but at least you can freely move about and function out of doors even when it is cold. Rain on the other hand typically debilitates and causes a great migration inside. NOT a good thing when your task du jour is […]

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5 Ways to Declutter Your Kitchen

I grew up in a kitchen where social status was measured in tupperware containers; the more you had, the better cook you were. My mother knew no Pyrex she didn’t like. I later went on to work at my aunt’s gourmet kitchen supply store eventually developing my own love for kitchen gadgets, machines, and “clutter.” […]

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Project 333, Week 10

As the years winds down, phase 1 of Project 333 comes to a close, and we all gear up for phase 2, I find myself really thinking hard about what goes into a wardrobe other than just shirts and pants. On any given day I wear my ‘ol brown boots, a belt, and my wedding […]

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Starbucks and a Swig of Savings

I spent a good deal of the last ten years being addicted to S’bucks. In the corporate cafe I found an appreciation for good beans, consistent taste, earth tones, and countless compilation CDs. What I didn’t understand though is that I was never compensated for being a loyal addict consumer. Well enter the STARBUCKS CARD!

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7 ways to minimize your time in the kitchen

I recently came across an awesome blog called stonesoup. It is dubbed a minimalist home cooking blog and is penned (or is that typed?) by Jules Clancy, a food scientist, photographer, writer, runner, and aspiring minimalist. When Clancy first started blogging in late 2005 her “main motivation was to write a little, take some photographs […]

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