In sharing why we Travel With Just a Carry-on each, I also shared that traveling so light seemed utterly impossible. Because I like being prepared for anything and everything. An organizer and champion list maker, I’d jot down everything imaginable, and drag it along. Only to realize that we never even used most of it!
Contentment – Gratitude – Simple Living – Stewardship
According to statistics, an average American family of four spends around $185 on laundry detergent annually.¹ Add another $39 for bleach, and $66 for fabric softener. That’s a lot of money going down the drain. (No pun intended!) And it doesn’t even take into account the toll all those chemical products take on the environment.
Travel with Just a Carry On
We live in a mobile society, and missionaries are among some of the most mobile. This missionary help article is aimed at helping missionaries (and non) hone their travel skills. It presents the one-bag travel concept, which can help make your journeys stress-free!
Simple Living for Retirement
Retirement anymore seems just around the corner for us. Yikes! And because of certain life-style choices we’ve made, we’re starting to think they will be interesting years, to say the least. Not that we’ll be alone. It’s fairly common for folks to find themselves in reduced circumstances during retirement years.
Have you ever had any epiphany moments in your life? Those aha! moments, that make you sit up and take notice? I have, and one came to me recently. It came about one evening as I realized that I don’t want to spend all my time scrolling and reading online.
Two Months Without Internet
Could you handle two months without internet? Long ago (or so it seems) in pre-Covid days, we would spend most of the summer visiting friends and churches or down in our summer home. And most of the time without internet, going without for even two months!