This episode features Eugene Cooke on why you need a food abundance system more than abundant food, how to ease poverty with local solutions and NO legislation, how to make nature your church, and why the men who spoke the least influenced Eugene the most.
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 Spreadsheet Spotlight features a home and auto maintenance tracking spreadsheet to, well, track everything related to your home and car.
This Spreadsheet Spotlight features a dynamite spreadsheet to save you massive time (and headaches) in naming a baby (or dog, cat, horse, car, and plants). Disarm the emotional bombs that come from naming a baby and have some nerdy fun with this one!
This Spreadsheet Spotlight features a cool home energy audit and simple tracking spreadsheet to increases awareness and save you money. Learn what this will do for you, how to use the sample spreadsheets, and how to get access to the full version (for free).
The Continuous Creation Challenge steamrolls on with a new resource kit and a graphic design throw-down. Are you man, woman, or child enough for this?
This edition of the Smart and Simple Matters show features the topics of education and teaching with an insightful teacher, Pam Peterson. Join us to learn about the “power of the yes,” the dirty little secret about why students like competition, which learning muscles you need to work the most, and how to avoid wasting kids’ time in the classroom.
This was the last post of Enlightened Resource Management before it was rebranded to Value of Simple. I said good-bye in my own way, with my first (and probably) last flirtation with poetry.
The Personal User Guide helps countless people understand what makes them tick. Give yourself this gift and gain the insight of your own instruction manual.
If you were given $730.00 USD to live on for the next year how would you do it? Portfolios of the Poor is here to help answer these questions.
Which is more important to you, resources or resourcefulness? This is all about TED, their ideas worth sharing, and my way of sharing epic ideas with you.
Introducing: The Annoyance Challenge. Please don’t use excessive paper towels and your sprinkler system the day after it rained all night!
The world is at war with food. At every step in the chain where food in planted, grown, harvested, stored, transported, purchased and eaten, we waste HUGE amounts of it. We can do better and we need to do better.
Rachel Botsman has said “”I don’t want stuff, I want the means or experiences it fulfills”. This will help if you use Craigslist, Ebay, or have even a passing interest in collaborative consumption.