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Five questions with Christine Simiriglia

1. What does living simply mean to you? Living simply isn’t so much about “stuff”, but is more about peace and freedom. As an organizer, I spend a lot of time helping people to deal with clutter (and a big part of living simply is not having a lot of clutter) but the tangible clutter [...]

Five questions with Courtney Carver

1. What does living simply mean to you? For me, living simply is a breath of fresh air. It is letting go of the pretense that you have to do it all, have it all and spend it all. 2. Why is it important to you? (finances, faith, politics, etc) God. Family. Health. Compassion. Really [...]

Five questions with Luke Wilson

What does living simply mean to you? For me, simple living means keeping my life focused. Obviously our lives have many different components (relationships, family, work, etc), but living simply means that all the components of my life are pointing in one direction. Living a focused life means that I try to eliminate all the [...]

Five questions with Linda Price

1. What does living simply mean to you? Simplicity is single-mindedness, the ordering of one’s life around a single purpose – for us as Christians, that is devotion to God – the pruning away of everything else. It’s the voluntary stripping away of anything that does not help you reach your main goal. Simplicity is [...]

Five questions with Barbara Jordan

1. What does living simply mean to you? It means the freedom to choose. It means having the time, space, energy and resources to intentionally live my life instead of my life living me. 2. Why is it important to you? For each one of us, our time on this planet is limited. I believe [...]

Five Questions with Bill Gerlach

1. What does living simply mean to you? For me, living simply is about both doing AND being. It’s a state of mind as much as it is list of do’s and don’ts. We are all stewards of this little world we call home. Living simply reconnects us with the people, places and experiences that [...]

Five questions with Christine Sine

1. What does living simply mean to you? For me simple living is a commitment to cut back on my own expenditure and lifestyle so that I can free up time and resources to focus on God’s kingdom purposes. It doesn’t mean living in poverty but it does mean focusing less on my own needs [...]

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