Intentionally Living Your Whole Life

A Powerful Resource to Renew Your Hope of Becoming Minimalist

  Simplifying is hard. However you call it – simplifying, minimalism, decluttering, organizing, spring cleaning, or just getting rid of your crap – it’s not easy. In fact, it can be terrifying. It can be gut-wrenching to think of all the things that once held great value and now you’re not sure why you have it and what to do with it. Is it okay to get rid of this? Does this still bring value to my life?  Will my...

Five Senses of Simple Living * at Simple As That

So, I’ve been pretty busy this week with another guest post! My latest post is The Five Senses of Simple Living at Simple As That. Simple As That is a great community of simple seekers and life-lovers.  I’m honored to share this post with you and the Simple As That community. If I had to choose my favorite sense I’d definitely pick taste. I love food; eating, cooking, reading about it, learning about its medicinal abilities. Food creates community, it comforts,...

5 Ways to Discover Your Authentic Self * at Let Why Lead

    When I was a teenager, the 30-somethings I knew understood life. They were comfortable in their own skin, had successful careers in fields they loved, and knew exactly what their purpose was. Right??? If that’s true, then I want to hand in my “decade 30” club card, because I got scammed. But if it’s not true and those 30-somethings didn’t have a clue about who they were and how to live with purpose and grace… well, then I know...

How to Design a Simple Life with a Million Dollars

If you won a million dollars would it change your life?   Maybe the likelihood that you will come across a million dollar payout in your lifetime is slim, but if you’re like me, maybe you’d admit that dreaming of what you could do with a million dollars has occupied more than a few daydreams.  From paying off debt to tropical vacations to retirement to kid’s college funds… A million dollars could change a lot. Maybe you’ve even thought it...

How To Stop Fearing Fear and Become Unmistakable

When I was a kid I was extremely shy. I mean, I’d say almost debilitating so. I wouldn’t order food in a restaurant till I was in junior high. I never asked questions during class. I cried when I found out my fifth grade teacher was a man. Turns out he was one of my favorite teachers. The summer before my fifth grade year our church was taking a van of kids to a week long summer camp. We stopped at Burger King for...