Building a community can be an important part of the slow and simple living journey. If we lack people around us who share our ideas, it can be easy to get disheartened. The internet is a wonderful way of connecting those who share the same hopes for a less busy and more meaningful life.
My blogging has been fairly erratic lately as I juggle other commitments so I decided to compile a list of other slow and simple living bloggers that you might like to check out. While some blogs are created by well known or published authors, others are bloggers just trying to share their own personal journeys. For some, writing or speaking about slow or simple living has become their vocation, for others it is just a way of sharing, connecting and helping others to embrace a simpler and more meaningful life. I have included a website link but also a Twitter username where available. I find Twitter a handy (and quick) way of connecting with a wide range of authors and bloggers on slow living. Most bloggers share their latest posts via Twitter as well.
No Sidebar (http://nosidebar.com/) A blog about how to design a simple life with articles on minimalism, simple living and finding happiness. Twitter @nosidebar.
The Minimalist Mom (www.theminimalistsmom.com) Rachel shares ideas about minimalism and parenting. She is also the author of ‘Do Less: A Minimalist Guide to a Simplified, Organized and Happy Life’. Twitter @racheljonat.