Is Happiness an Eat-In Kitchen and Good Water Pressure?

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Do you remember the first apartment or house you lived in after leaving your parent’s home? My first living on my own experience was in a dorm room and after that I lived in a succession of inexpensive housing situations. Four bedroom apartments with the smallest of communal areas and the lightest and thinnest doors. [...]

Move or Buy a New(er) Car?

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  We drove 2800 miles in the last year.  I had our little car serviced the other week and the technician told me he thinks we should easily get another year out of it. Good news as we did a little test run and we can just fit three car seats across the back seat. [...]

1 In, 2 Out: June

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Why did I start this challenge? It’s kept me on my toes but it is really hard to keep track of things. Stuff is insidious. We received free t-shirts for our big walk and they were out of Chris’s size so I thought it was a good chance to get two workout tops I could [...]

Filling The Emptiness Is Easier With Less

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Sharing a personal story today from Vee – someone that I met through this blog and have kept in touch with as we both moved overseas. Some important reminders for me in this essay about being kind to yourself during big life changes and examining why you have things you don’t use or even like. [...]

The Power of Small Luxuries

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Hosting gifts are always the same from me: food and drink. I’m bringing a bottle of wine or chocolates if I’m invited for dinner. If I really get my act together, and I think the host will appreciate them, I’ll bring flowers. While I’m partial to receiving consumable hosting gifts, if I think about it, [...]

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