My Journey Toward Less
Deciding to Live with Less and Other Minimalist Lessons Learned from Fire
Project 333: A Small Wardrobe for a Lithe Life
The Clothes We Wear at Home
How to Cultivate Quiet in the Chaos of the Holidays
Earth and The Great Sea (this is my online journal)
With Nothing Ahead but Sky
A candle, a crystal, to catch stray light
A Small Wardrobe for a Pacific Beach Life
Traveling Light and Packing for Travel
Minimalism, Myths and the Art of Living
Old Women and the Sea
One Possible Thing Before Breakfast, The Garden
A Few Shells and Returning the Gift to the Sea
Sea, Sky, Wind and Comments
I live near the ocean in California in a canyon area below the foothills in a high fire danger area. We’ve had a number of fires ov...
I began writing my online journal pages for myself to think out my own particular pattern of living and my own individual balance of life...
In this collection of writing I turn to my favorite literary terrain exploring themes of community, race, the natural world, simple life, si...
Driving home from the department store I thought about my problem. I wanted to own less clothing. To have only what I loved and needed. ...
In 2011 I joined a community of women and men committed to reducing the amount of clothes we buy and wear. My goal to cultivate a sm...
The summer of 1998, according to the neighbors in Cho'nan, was the hottest in recent memory. The family we were staying with didn'...
I'm honored to have my work included in Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics and in Voices Confronting Pediatric Brain Tumors , published by...
I ’m an old woman now, leaving a trail of my motherhood footprints behind. I've gathered sixteen of my previously published essays ...
"All the tribes say the universe is just the product of mind... It fits perfectly with the quantum. Indians believe the universe is min...
It was one of those days . I couldn’t wait to get home from work and change my clothes. A heavy July fog rolled in and I was so tired I...