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Simple Living vs. Intentional Living

  This post has been lingering in draft mode, but I feel compelled to share it today because I just read Kate Goonight’s post on Naj Haus called Doing Justice to Complexity. It resonated with me because she writes about … Continue reading

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I Love My Laundromat

When I was five years old we lived in a triplex on Fremont Avenue in Seattle and went to the Laundromat on the corner every week. It was one of my very favorite places. It had a warm, clean smell … Continue reading

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