Posts Tagged ‘be more with less’

A Virtual Christmas Card | my yearend reflection

Greetings!  I decided to write my yearend reflection today – my 38th birthday.  This is one of the most meaningful traditions I do for myself.  And I share it with you.  It is easy to get lost in the day to day hairballs of life and forget how blessed we are, and how much we have each grown in a relatively short time.

As I sit in my new home, gazing into the mad lake and white sky, I reflect on a beautifully awesome year of life, love, and adventure. Read the rest of this entry »


Early to Rise and Other Habits of a Life Entrepreneur

The Sun and the Moon

The Sun and the Moon, this morning

Last week, my husband came home from getting a haircut where he had read an article about Benjamin Franklin, and said, “Do you realize you are saying the same thing Benjamin Franklin was saying almost three hundred years ago?”  It’s true – the message is old, and maybe it is time for a refresher course. Read the rest of this entry »


Getting Small in the Mountains

Getting Small in the MountainsMy simplify life theme for this year is Think Big, Live Small. I can’t think of a better place to re-focus my intentions than the mountains. I am looking for more than a moment of mindfulness; I want a state of mindfulness for me and my family.

What does it really mean to us to Think Big, Live Small? Read the rest of this entry »


We’re being it: more with less

We are officially committed to simplify life. We met with the architect to create a family oasis, our own little haven of peace and serenity. The plan is simple, mindful, and half the size of our current home. Because of decisions we have already put into practice, we are able to be more with less. Read the rest of this entry »