A quick note to whet your appetite for a new series that I’ve been working on this fall. While I was writing my book last winter, I spent a lot of time thinking about why simplicity mattered to me. And why it mattered to other people.
Coming this fall, a series of interviews with people who have made a choice to live more simply. Some of these folks have sold off all of their worldly posessions and traded the security of house and home for the adventure of travel. Others have stayed put exactly where they are, even as their families have grown and circumstances changed. These are the stories of families with young children and the stories of couples and single adults without any children at all. There are city folk. And country folk. And somewhere-in-between folk.
I’ve started the series by reaching out mostly to people who I know through my own work in this space. I’ll be working through this list first, but I’m hoping that this series will continue to grow and expand beyond my own sphere. If you have a story that you think might be a fit, please don’t hesitate to send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More very soon.
Photograph by Chelsea Fuss of Frolic! Her story coming to this space next week.