Thursday, March 8, 2012
I had a great honor a few weeks ago to be interviewed by the talented reporter Crystal O'Gorman from the Charlotte Observer. I got to tell her about my passion for making life more meaningful through simplification and how I got started in my quest to simplify my life.
I was nursing my newborn baby standing in the kitchen as I tried to pull together a healthy dinner. My toddler was in tears, clinging to my legs . I felt stressed--not only because of the babies, but because the lack of peace and organization in my home. I opened the cabinet to get a certain pot, but I couldn't find it because there was just too much stuff. I was trying to throw together some kind of meal using whatever ingredients I could find because I hadn't planned our meals in advance. So, as the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. I decided to take control back of my house and my life.
I am deeply grateful to be able to share my story. The interview ran in Wednesday's paper. You can check out the article here.
Posted by Julie at 6:06 PM