Tomorrow I head to Southern California for the Mom 2.0 Summit, a conference I've been looking forward to since I attended two years ago. Christine and I are speaking, and our talk touches on our roles as both co-authors of Minimalist Parenting and professional bloggers at Boston Mamas and Parent Hacks. Our talk is called “Minimalize” Your Workflow: Practical Steps for […]
Part 1 of the series “Manage Your Money Just Enough”: When it comes to a simple filing system, having a system in place — any system — lets you handle paper and information as soon as it comes in.
Time to get back in balance. At least, that’s what my computer’s telling me. Also: a feature in The Week!
Photo credit: FreeDigitalPhotos.net A little while ago I put out a hack request for your simple money management tips. Your response has been so great that it's taking me a while to organize and post your tips! I'm taking extra time with this series because I know that organizing finances, both for everyday and for tax […]
Shannon’s solution is much smarter than mine, which is to leave crazy straws sitting in the dish drainer for a week, and then throw them away because they smell musty.
From my new post at Babble: “Do less, enjoy more.” There’s a symmetry to that line…a balance that’s so tantalizing in its simplicity. Unfortunately, it brings to mind another line: “Easier said than done…”
In case you missed the party…
I do book-related highlight roundups here on the weekend.
Let’s talk about money systems. I want to hear about your just-enough-not-too-much approaches to finances.
An excerpt of my new post at Babble, “Screen wean! 8 fun and useful outdoor ‘chores’ to coax your kids outside.”