15 Healthy Snacks for Health and Nutrition

This is a guest post by Radha Vanga from Health Beckon Snacking is an important part of a healthy diet. Munching on snacks with the right amount of nutrients will provide you with extra energy to carry on with your daily activities. It fuels the growth of lean muscles, boosting the metabolic rate. Snacking also helps […]

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Webinar Recording: Find Your Passion

Thanks to everyone who attended yesterday’s live webinar on how to overcome your fears, find your passion and enjoy the best days of your life. If you missed the webinar and the live interaction, at least you can enjoy the recording [Make sure to subscribe to our Youtube Channel to stay updated]   Here’re top three reasons […]

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5 Ways To Slow Down And Live a More Meaningful Life

This is a guest post by Mariel Boldis from Project Simple Life. Once you slow down your driving pace, you’ll no longer have to wonder why the driver in front of you is always traveling slower than you are” – Elaine St. James, Simplify Your Life. Pushing down the accelerator, the notches increase. 45…. 60… 83, […]

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FREE Live Webinar: Overcome Your Fears, Find Your Passion and Enjoy The Best Days of Your Life In 4 Simple Steps

A few days ago, I received an interesting message on Midway Simplicity facebook page. What stood out for me in that message was this sentence… “Now that I sit here with all the things I truly love, want, need and having a clear mind I’m asking myself what’s next?” It is a message from a […]

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Simplify Without Stress

This month I am expecting a new baby boy (Adam). I already have a 3.5 years old girl named Maleeka. As the delivery date approached, my wife started to raise her concern about the increasing number of chores and responsibilities when Adam arrives. When I told her that the best solution is to simplify more, […]

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Are You Overwhelmed By Decluttering?

Decluttering is the core of almost all simplicity content everywhere. And every other day I receive an email from a reader expressing how much he/she is overwhelmed by decluttering. This raises a warning flag that decluttering – as perceived today – is stealing the essence of simplicity and is making people’s lives more complicated. My […]

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Zen and The Art of Walking

This is a guest post by Kevin Wood from Counter Culturist We love to make our lives overly complex. In our quest for simplicity we get wrapped up in everything we must do to live a simple life. Instead of simply stripping away the unimportant, we force more simple activities into our lives. We hop off the […]

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The Top Simplicity Blog in 2013

I’m glad to announce that the top simplicity blog in 2013 is… The Simple Year by Kandice Bridges Her blog is very authentic and full of practical tips. Congratulations Kandice! You truly deserve it. I plan to invite Kandice to be my guest on the Midway Simplicity show in 2014. Thanks to everyone who participated […]

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Vote for Your Favorite Simplicity Blog in 2013

The voting phase begins! Thanks to all who nominated their favorite simplicity blogs of the year 2013. Here’s the list of nominees (without any specific order): 1. Becoming Minimalist by Joshua Becker 2. Zen Habits by Leo Babauta 3. Fly Lady by Marla Cilley 4. Solutions for Simple Living by A. Kingsley Bishop 5. Smart Living 365 […]

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Nominate Your Favorite Simplicity Blog of The Year 2013

It’s time again for the simplicity blog of the year contest. The winner last year was 365 Less Things blog by Colleen Madsen Let’s see who will be the winner this year! The nomination period starts today and ends on Monday, December 16. Leave a comment below with your favorite blog(s) name and link. I’m […]

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