How To Live A Simplified Life ~ A Podcast with Mom Prepares.com

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 I am so excited to be sharing with you the podcast interview I did with Jendi from Mom Prepares.com this past week.  We talked about a lot of different things centered around leading a simplified life: What a simplified life means for our family, how we decide what comes and goes, what it takes to maintain a simple life and ultimately what matters to us in this life.

I also share some practical ways to simplify your own space – from going paperless in the office to selling items online and locally to make a profit for your family.

We also touched on how we can be prepared for emergencies and still lead a simple life.  It truly does not need to be one over the other. 

At the end of the day it’s about leading a simpler life that focuses on quality experiences instead of more stuff, fuller schedules and bigger houses.

Listen to the Podcast Right Now and then stop by and leave your thoughts.  

Keeping It Simple,

~Victoria

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  1. Hillary
    Hillary says:

    Nothing spoils my love of home like clutter. You make excellent points about the bad habit of accumulating and accumulating without thought and the good habit of clearing out what is no longer needed or sorting through what comes into the house in a timely manner so junk doesn’t pile up. I always feel so much more peaceful in my environment if it is not overwhelmed with things. I spent a good deal of time this summer clearing out papers and old clothes.

    It is hard not to be a consumer in a first-world country, but in the end I believe that mentality of “more stuff” stifles us, robs others of resources, and cripples our peace of mind. I am trying very hard to teach my kids not to be consumers. Being prepared for emergencies with necessities is of course a prudent thing.

    • Victoria Mininger
      Victoria Mininger says:

      I couldn’t agree more Hillary that stuff stifles us in so many ways. I think one of the biggest ways is allowing us the time to serve others. Way to go on cleaning out and modeling for your children as you work at de-cluttering.

  2. Kelly
    Kelly says:

    As the “Simple Life Mom” this is right up my ally! Exactly what we hold to and strive for!
    Thanks for sharing it on the Homestead Blog Hop. Hope to see more tomorrow 🙂

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