Holiday gift-giving is broken and not even worth fixing. Or is it? You can understand the problems and get some solutions with this timely (and timeless) seasonal resource.
Go behind-the-scenes of SimpleREV 2014 from an event organizer’s unique perspective. You’ll hear stories about tornado destruction, $11,000 Amazon bills, becoming “enoughist,” and overcoming the social stigma linked to intentional down-sizing.
This episode features Mark Sisson discussing the single most undervalued, overlooked aspect of your health. Mix in some mindfulness, gratitude, and primal living tips … and you’ll be ready to “Grok” on in no-time.
This episode takes you behind-the-scenes of SimpleREV 2014 from an event organizer’s unique perspective. Discover how 264 Post It Notes, three specific questions, a two-day bootstrapped event, and Huggr can help you be more simple and build community.
Every quarter I recap the past, present, and future of my personal journey and the voyage of Value of Simple. This “Pulse Check” is intended to be an honest, transparent, and (hopefully) inspiring assessment of where I’ve been and where I’m going. Are you ready for the July – September 2014 Pulse Check?
I shared this personal note with my email subscribers on Sept 1, 2014. And the response was so great that I felt compelled to share it with you too. See what happens when you mix mindfulness, technology, a personal renaissance, and a baby on a dock.
This episode features Joel channeling raw emotion into ways that you can be your own giving tree. Abundance is everywhere … regardless of whether or not you’ve been inspired by Shel Silverstein’s book, The Giving Tree. Here’s how you can spread it.
This episode features Dee Williams discussing the “bigness” of tiny house life, the profound freedom she’s found by downsizing, what a “perfect storm of awakening” looks like, and how she reshaped her life by confronting death (over and over).
The SimpleREV Declaration, our ‘What Simple Living Means to Me’ project, and the All Things SimpleREV podcast. Are those the only highlights of SimpleREV so far? Nope … and the best is yet to come if you’ll join our community of simple living enthusiasts.
Is Experience Curating why The Huffington Post is so successful, valuable, and visited? If so, how do they do it? You’re about to discover some answers …
This episode features Andrew Mellen discussing the three simple rules of Unstuff Your Life, removing your physical obstacles to sustainable joy, using organizing to connect with what matters most to you, and the “stuff behind the stuff.”
This episode features Cecile Andrews as we discuss a move toward Gross National Happiness, the crossroads of simplicity and study circles, how you can have a joyful community, plus how to live a slow and examined life.
This episode features Joel Zaslofsky’s curated recap of World Domination Summit 2014 (#WDS2014). Are you ready for surprising stories about “The Strider,” why you need to learn the value of Ho’oponopono, and how imperfect action leads to amazing opportunity? Just press play.
This episode features Robert Scoble as we discuss the culture around self-driving cars, how he actively follows 40,000 people on Twitter, if tech can help us slow down, and Facebook’s attempt to addict us.
SASM 052 – Why Simple is So Complex with Duane Elgin, Vicki Robin, John de Graaf, Cecile Andrews, and Jerome Segal
This episode features Vicki Robin, Duane Elgin, John de Graaf, Cecile Andrews, and Jerome Segal discussing the nature of simple living and whether we should embrace simplicity … or complexity. It’s five former or current simple living all-stars at once, all lined up just for you.
Every quarter I recap the past, present, and future of my personal journey and the voyage of Value of Simple. This “Pulse Check” is intended to be an honest, transparent, and (hopefully) inspiring assessment of where I’ve been and where I’m going. Here’s the April-June 2014 Pulse Check.
This episode features Lauren Anderson as we discuss Collaborative Consumption, what an economy is for, how to tap into your idle time and skills (even if they’re crazy), and why you want to live in a “sharable city.”
Here are the top 12 resources – from surprising, unsexy, multi-media, and everything in-between – that I’ve helped create in the last 12 months. Do you see something I missed or think one of them isn’t so groovy?
This episode features Joel Zaslofsky giving a curated recap of the first 49 Smart and Simple Matters episodes. Hold on to your hats (and headphones)!
Is your “addiction” actually something else? What’s really going on here? Discover 4 surprising addiction myths … and what to do with your bad habits.