Like-minded community links
I have been touched by the work of these people and groups. From some of them i take a lot, as it just feels right. From others, it is just poignant bits and pieces. My hope is that more people will find them, find me, and find some support in the messages and thoughts we are sharing with the world.
In no particular order -
The Minimalists - Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus – a pair of thirty-somethings who show us how and write about living a more meaningful live with less stuff.
Becoming Minimalist – Joshua Becker – he and his family live a minimalist lifestyle, showing it is not just for the single, young guys.
Danielle LaPorte – The mistress of Desire and all round fire-starter.
Rowdy kittens – Tammie Strobel – tiny house but big beautiful photos.
Susannah Conway – reawakening creativity and nurturing self-expression.
Zen Habits – Leo Babauta – minimalism and mindfulness.
The Connected Life – Liz Smith – helps you to create, contribute and connect in a way that is true for you and that celebrates your inner value.
Live Your Legend – Scott Dinsmore – change the world by doing the work you love.
Enneagram Institute - One of the most powerful tools for understanding ourselves and others is the Enneagram, an ancient symbol of unity and diversity, change and transformation.
My year without clothes shopping – Jill Chivers – shows us how to shop less and live more.
Recovering Shopaholic – Debbie Roes – trade your full closet for a full life.
Always Well Within – Sandra Pawula – simple wisdom for a happy life.
The Art of Non-Conformity – Chris Guillebeau – shows you that you don’t have to live the way other people expect.
Exile Lifestyle - Colin Wright – minimalist, writer and explorer.
Going Uncomplicated - Kelvin Belfron – focusing on what matters.
The Fight Within Us – Amanda Wang – sometimes its not so simple, fight for your life.
Beyond Blue – a national initiative to raise awareness of anxiety and depression, providing resources for recovery, management and resilience.
R U OK? – a conversation could change a life
Slow your home – Brooke McAlary – helping you find the simpler life you want.