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Intentional Living

3 Time-Tested Tips for Making the Most of Time

Ever feel like time gets away from you, or am I the only one? Our past few months have been particular. Between our month-long stay in the USA, jetlag, and tending to special projects, I haven’t gotten much writing done.

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Intentional Living

How to Do Laundry Almost Free: Naturally

According to statistics, an average American family of four spends around $185 on laundry detergent annually.ยน Add another $39 for bleach, and $66 for fabric softener. That’s a lot of money going down the drain. (No pun intended!) And it doesn’t even take into account the toll all those chemical products take on the environment. 

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Faith Intentional Living

When Thieves Strike: And the Value of Stuff

We’ve had thieves strike. Twice. The first time real thieves, but the second were sort of fake thieves. As many of you know, we have a summer home. And in our absence thieves got in, taking our bedroom mirror and a small step ladder. 

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Intentional Living

Why I Got a Smartphone, Finally

In Why I Don’t Own a Smartphone I stated that my decision not to get one was a matter of ethics. Because I believe my faith should and ethics should extend to every area of my life. And not only those traditionally viewed as spiritual. So have I reversed my stance? No, and with God’s help I hope to never do so. 

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Intentional Living

Why I Don’t Own a Smartphone

I’m probably among the few, practically anywhere, with no Smartphone. And people often wonder why, so I explain that for me it’s a matter of ethics. Ethics that extend to my shopping and use of technology. Because I believe that my faith should guide every area of life, including technology.