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Here we are at the end of 2016 and looking forward to 2017. I hadn’t planned to post about it, but as it was the first full year of Simplify & Pursue, I wanted to have a look at what all has happened and to send my deep thanks to you for reading, sharing, commenting, and being a part of this.

Top Posts of 2016

12 Books to Inspire a Simple Life

One Small Change that Made a Big Impact

6 Routines to Simplify Now

The Minimalist Bedroom

Guide to a Minimalist Kitchen

My Non-Black Minimalist Wardrobe

The Journey of Minimalism

First Steps to Minimizing Your Home

Essentialism in the New Year

5 Simple and Useful Organizing Tips

As for social media, I gave the most energy to Facebook. The Simplify & Pursue Facebook Page grew to 3400+ fans this year. This post was by far the most liked and shared, reaching 87K+ on Facebook! Feel free to share and keep it reaching others!

Greg McKeown Celebrate

This photo got the most likes on Instagram.


This guest post over at Becoming Minimalist is one that I poured a lot of myself into and whole heartedly believe in. I love the outdoors and was thrilled to get to share the link between simple living and nature to so many of Joshua Becker’s readers.

I’ve also enjoyed being a regular contributor at No Sidebar and highly recommend reading through all the many great articles there by some of the top minimalist & simple living bloggers.

Some of my favorite times throughout the year were the library classes and workshops that I taught. Two of those had 50+ attendees! It was so encouraging to meet so many new people and to see that many want to simplify their lives. I hope to continue teaching these.

Personally 2016 was a bit of a rough year. Though none of us know what tomorrow may bring, I do look forward to continue writing and teaching here. Also, I would love to hear from you! If there’s something you’d like to learn more about, want to see more of, or have any other suggestions, I’d be delighted to hear from you!

Thank you again for joining me on this journey. I truly hope that this blog has been an encouragement to you.

As always,
Simplify your life so you can pursue what matters most!


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