Happy New Year! So the New Year is upon us and it’s the season for resolutions! Personally, I’m not very good at resolutions. They quickly peter out within the first month. But I’m really good at experiments. In 2013, I did The Photo-A-Day Project. In 2015, I did The Closet Project. And now 2017 is going … More 2017: The Year of Mindful Consumption
Thank you LifeStraw! You’ve made life at the cabin a whole lot easier! This week, one of the many little jobs I did at the cabin was to finally set up the LifeStraw water filtration system. We opted to get the LifeStraw Family system because of its ability to filter up to 2L at a time. … More From Lake Water to Drinking Water
Here I am! Finally at the cabin for 3 and a half weeks to do almost whatever I want! Almost…because we still have a room to put back together. To be fair, I’ve been on vacation for three weeks already. But I was in the Adirondacks for the first four days and then Iceland for two … More Let Vacation Begin!
Soldier Boy and I are very motivated people when it comes to the cabin. We are far better at imagining upgrades, finding materials and putting it all together for the cabin than for the house. When we are at the cabin, there is always something to do. Always something we can do better. Everything we … More Observing the Sabbath
This year has been strange so far. I seem to recall last year, we had been up and working on the cabin from the beginning of May. This year, I feel like we’ve hardly accomplished anything. This post is going to be completely unorganized. Because my thoughts are completely unorganized. You know why? Because the cabin … More It’s Been a While…
I’ve been meaning to write about this for a year now. So here it is. For New Year’s 2015, I made a resolution unlike any I had made before. I wasn’t going to promise to get more active or cut down on my wine consumption (I realized that was a complete pipe dream years ago) or … More The Closet Project
When I talk about living the Tiny Life, the first thing that comes to mind is a small living space. And then people consider the lack of stuff. Then there’s self-sustainability aspect and the financial freedom that comes with it. But there are two ideas that come to mind that might not be entirely obvious: building … More The Buy Nothing Project: Building Community and Reducing Our Carbon Footprint