As the holidays approach I find myself contemplating how I would like to take a greener approach to gift wrapping this year. I have thought about this previously, but many of the options I thought of were not conducive to being eco-friendly. A lot of homemade options require a sewing ability, which I do not . . . → Read More: It’s a Wrap! Green Holiday Gift Wrap.
This was written by Doc and Dominique and handed out at Occupy Black Friday Seattle 2011. I thought this was phenomenal and really wanted to share this with all of you. Please read this and think about it.
In a cash economy, one goal is accumulation. In gift culture, the focus is placed on sharing . . . → Read More: Cash Economy vs. Gift Culture
I finally did it. I went through most of what I owned … again. The Fortune Cookie is back to looking spacious once more. As much as I was dreading going through my things, I recently realized how quickly moving day was approaching.
A lot of people ask how I decide what goes. The deciding . . . → Read More: Downsizing Before the Move
The Fortune Cookie being moved in through the gate to it's current location. Abel directing the truck.
Winter always comes with drastic changes in my life. I think that is part of the reason I loathe and love this time of year equally. It renews my spirit, as well as tests my faith . . . → Read More: Fortune Cookie on the Move
This is me, cooking.To the left is my bamboo dish drain, sitting on top of a T.V. Tray (or as some refer to it as a 'little table' cause it is too classy to be a T.V. Tray).
Hazel had asked in an earlier comment if I cooked. She brought up a good . . . → Read More: Aspects of Tiny Living: Downsizing Your Kitchen
Robyn posing beautifully in not one, but two 25 yard skirts for a performance
I listed some of my downsizing tips in my armoire post, but I note that I am still downsizing on a daily basis. I think I am hoarding clothing a bit. While I realize that I no longer . . . → Read More: Aspects of Tiny Living: Downsizing Your Closet
Tea. Delicious. Mine.
I will admit it, I am a crappy Washingtonian. I do not love coffee (or the rain for that matter).
If I order coffee it is typically at Starbucks or a local company called Cutter’s Point. It is typically blended into some frosty mocha concoction and has only a hint of . . . → Read More: Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.