Living Simply
Enjoy celebrations by keeping them simple.

Be Organized in a Small Kitchen star
It’s difficult to be organized in a small kitchen, but it is possible. Read these tips and find out how.

Christmas Traditions star
What traditions do you have in your family? Make this year the time you start a new one.

Gingerbread Men Cookie Tips star
The Christmas cookie smell that announces Christmas has arrived is easy to bake if you know a few simple tricks.

Have Fun at Your Own Party star
When you choose to host a party you are choosing to do a lot of work. Here are ways to simplify your party and have fun yourself.

How to Give Good Gifts for Christmas star
Don’t burden others with unwanted gifts, choose carefully and bless people with your gifts.

Living Simply Christmas Articles star
A round up of Living Simply´s Christmas articles to help you reduce, reuse and recycle during the holiday season.

National Clean Off Your Desk Day star[offsite link]
The second Monday in January is is National Clean-Off-Your-Desk Day.

Sending Hand Written Cards star
Sending hand written cards has gone out of fashion, but it's still a lovely thing to do that is greatly appreciated by many.

Simple Harvest and Thanksgiving Decorations star
Thinking of decorating your home for Thanksgiving or with a Harvest Theme? Have a look at these ideas you can simply use in your home.

Thanksgiving Should be Simple star
Do you want to make Thanksgiving a truly memorable day? Then make it simple. Follow these tips and have a simply relaxing day with your family.

Why do we make New Year’s Resolutions? star
Every year we make resolutions and then break them. Why do we make them in the first place, and how can we best keep them?

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