Ten years ago today, we embarked on what has become a remarkable journey, moving to Our Little House. Although part of our bliss is found in living in a small space, “Living Large” has never really been about square footage, it’s about enjoying life and all it has to offer. To celebrate our 10-year anniversary here, I’d like to invite you to find your bliss again on a virtual scavenger hunt!
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We all know that buying fruits and vegetables laden with chemicals and pesticides can’t be good. Buying organic can also be expensive. If you can’t afford to purchase all organic food, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) creates a list each year. The Dirty Dozen are the foods most likely to have higher amounts of pesticides. See what the list added for 2017:
I had a horrible day last Thursday. It was actually the crescendo to a stressful week full of storms that included tornado warnings and other life stressors. Our dog, Sweet Sade Sue, became seriously weak, falling over like she was drunk. We rushed her to the vet to learn that she was bleeding internally from the spleen and needed emergency surgery.
The following is an excerpt from my book, “Living Large in Our Little House”: I was able to being that journey to my writing cabin in the woods on one of my favorite holidays-Halloween-in 1998, a day I will forever recognize as my “Free Day,” the day I was emancipated from a corporate life I hated to pursue a profession I love.
A reporter asked me this week what one piece of advice I would give to people who are thinking of moving into a tiny house. The single most important piece of advice I always give is to try them by renting as many as possible.