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With its emphasis on building and living in only what space you really need, the Not So Big philosophy has many things in common with the Simplicity Movement. The following links provide resources to live a more simple life, without all of the clutter and rush, and pare down to the essentials.
Postconsumers is an educational company helping to move society beyond addictive consumerism, with an eye toward the satisfaction of enough.
Featured on the PBS documentaries "Affluenza" and "Escape From Affluenza," this organization
offers community courses exploring lifestyle values through discussion of earth centered
A site filled with good ideas about how to reduce consumption, simplify, and
improve quality of life.
PBS Program on the Epidemic of
An entertaining and informative website from PBS,
based on their special.
The Financial Integrity Program is a "whole systems" approach to life that will take you back to the basics of making your spending, saving and investing into a clear mirror of your life values and purpose.
Frugal Village/Frugal Living by Sara Noel
Sara Noel writes the syndicated Frugal Living column emphasizing simplicity, family values and eco-frugality. Frugal Village is one of her many websites serving as guides to achieving balanced and gracious living.
Get Rich Slowly
Not one to dish out get-rich-quick schemes, blogger J.D. Roth provides good information about personal finance, including debt elimination, saving money, practical investing, and frugal living.
Simplicity expert Janet Luhrs offers books, classes and resources for simplifying your life.