I’m so excited to announce that I’m gearing up to launch a second iteration of the Simple Matters series that I ran last fall in advance of my book release. Next week, I’ll publish the first in a series of interviews I’ve conducted with other simplicity seekers over the course of the past weeks and months and I couldn’t be more excited to share them in this space.
Like last time, there will be stories from city folk and country folk. Stories from families with little kids, older kids, and no kids at all. Stories from people who have been on the road and from those who are engaged in the hard work of making a home right where they are.
In a moment when it feels like we’re being made more and more aware of the differences between us, I’m hoping that the series will provide a bit of a respite, a bit of inspiration, and a bit of camaraderie; that the stories might demonstrate how we can opt for simplicity, even in the midst of complexity and how, in our own quiet and purposeful ways, we can make a difference in our own lives and within our own homes that might also impact the wider world.
In case you missed any of the stories from last year, here they are: