Five Tips for Achieving a Healthy Work-Life Balance

This is a guest post by Lillian Sanders   Finding a healthy work-life balance is something that millions of hardworking people struggle with every day. It is, however, possible to achieve such a balance by using the five proven suggestions detailed below. 1. Put Your Health First If you do not stay healthy, both your […]

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Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week #7: Storage, Loyalty Programs, Tidying Up, and More

Welcome to a new edition of the Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week. Enjoy! “At the end of the day, the only person’s expectations that I have to meet are my own.” – Ryan Nicodemus “Storage is not a solution—it’s just a way to hide your stuff until you (or worse yet, someone else!) must […]

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How to Teach Your Children to Live Simply

This is a guest post by Carlina Yepinski Children learn from the examples we set. If we fill our lives with the consumption of material goods, we teach our children to value things equally and to focus on acquisition. On the other hand, if we live a simple life and practice frugality, we teach our children […]

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Set Up Time to Save Time

  This is a guest post by Beth Dargis. Things often seem to take longer than we think they will. The main reason is because set up time is not included. In fact, we usually don’t even think of it. We see, according to our to do list or calendar, it’s time to do a […]

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Slow Your Home With Brooke McAlary

You might have noticed that I didn’t update the blog in the last 10 days. I’ve been so busy training and speaking. If you would like to know more about the speaking side of me, you can check my speaking website. Now, back to our Midway Simplicity show… **** “We Need a Change. We Need […]

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SMART Living 365 With Kathy Gottberg

“Whatever you own owns you” That’s Kathy Gottberg’s simple living philosophy. Kathy is a published author and writer for over 25 years, but her passion is exploring ideas and experiences that help to create a meaningful, sustainable, compassionate and rewarding life for herself and others. The ultimate expression of her passion is her blog She is […]

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Screen Addiction: Disconnect To Connect

Today, I would like to share with you a very inspiring guest post by one of my readers, her name is Ola Rasmy. When she sent me this article, I LOVED it! And I thought that it is definitely worth sharing today, instead of our weekly midway simplicity tips. Enjoy reading it and please let […]

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The Continuous Creation Challenge: Will It Be The Next Big Thing?!

No food … No reading, No watching, No consumption … ALL CREATION … for 120 hours! That’s the challenge Joel Zaslofsky started, which I believe is going to be the next big thing in the simplicity circles. (The kind of ‘The 100 Thing Challenge’ of Dave Bruno) Joel Zaslofsky (pronounced Zass-lough-ski) is the papa of […]

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Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week: Relationships, Successful Marriage, Sustainable Change, and More…

Welcome to a new edition of the Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week. Enjoy! Strengthen your relationship by writing love notes. “When it comes to questions of right and wrong, one man’s common sense is another’s foolishness. Remember this and discussions with those who think differently than you will bear far more fruit.” – Colin […]

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5 Simple Habits That Make a Huge Impact To Your Everyday Productivity

This is a guest post by Timo Kiander ****** I receive many emails from readers struggling with their productivity and finding time to declutter and organize. That’s why I would like to share with you a great guest post by Timo Kiander, a.k.a. Productive Superdad. I believe it will help you boost your productivity. Enjoy! ****** Years […]

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