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Introduction to Voluntary Simplicity

 

 
Enough is enough  by Mark A. Burch
 
Simplicity: Belonging to the earth  by Mark A. Burch
 

Defining voluntary simplicity  by Cecile Andrews

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Voluntary Simplicity
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More and more, people feel that they are working too much, consuming too much, and rushing too much. What to do?

Living with joy & balance by Cecile Andrews

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Working more? Spending more? Enjoying life less?  by Ed Severson, Arizona Daily Star

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Exhausted, unhappy & in debt, a growing number of Americans are finding that "Voluntary Simplicity" can provide them with the things money can't buy: fulfillment, passion, and joy. The Simple Life, by Kristin Merriman-Clarke.

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Simplicity as community  by Cecile Andrews

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Across the country, people are joining Simplicity circles.  by Cecile Andrews

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Resisting the nine-to-five routine, (article in french)  by Catherine-Lune Grayson-C

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Voluntary simplicity or a career: must we choose?  by Linda Breen Pierce

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Stanford University Alumni ask : What does it mean to live a simpler life?  by Nina Schuyler
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Freeing my gypsy soul  by Jane Christmas
 
First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto sermon: You deserve a break today  by Donna Morrison-Reed
 
Check out the
50 ways to simplify your life
as discussed at Montreal Simple Living's October 2005 meeting