Author: Chuck Lynd

Archived Posts, Community Update

11-29-2019 Update of Community Events, News, Workshops, Arts & Culture, Local Foods, Quotes, and More!

CLICK HERE for the NOVEMBER 29, 2019 Edition of the Community Update If you would like to receive this weekly Update in your inbox every Friday morning, just send an email to Hello@SimplyLiving.org and put Subscribe in the Subject line.  It’s free and an easy way to keep up with community news, events, and […]

Archived Posts, Community Update

11-22-2019 Update of Community Events, News, Workshops, Arts & Culture, Local Foods, Quotes, and More!

L LINK HERE to the Full NOVEMBER 22, 2019 Edition of the Community Update If you would like to receive this weekly Update in your inbox every Friday morning, just send an email to Hello@SimplyLiving.org and put Subscribe in the Subject line.  It’s free and an easy way to keep up with community news, events, […]

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Successful Aging; The Power of Place and Social Connections

New course starting July 25th looks at issues facing aging adults through the lens of cohousing. First Unitarian Universalist Church in Clintonville, 93 W. Weisheimer Rd, 43214. Course description below. For more on cohousing, see https://www.cohousing.org/ This course will make vivid the opportunities, challenges and difficulties of aging and the […]

Transition Hub

Why a Town Hall for the Green New Deal?

Since Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (aka AOC) and Ed Markey introduced the Green New Deal (GND) resolution in Congress late last year, the buzz made AOC an instant star, spawned the youth-based Sunrise movement, and gave a shot of adrenalin to environmentalists who “get it” that global warming is real and […]

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Is Co-Housing Right for You?

Want to live in a small, tight-knit neighborhood with a group of socially and ecologically conscious folks? Where, with the help of trained professionals, the group designs, plans and manages the neighborhood so it fits your needs? Where the design provides the community you want, but also the privacy you […]

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Simply Living To Honor Local Green Energy Pioneers

For Immediate Release Media Contacts: Chuck Lynd (614) 354-6172 or Chuck@simplyliving.org     Kevin Eigel (614) 805-5776 or Kevin@ecohousesolar.com     Suzanne Csejtey (614) 507-3073 or Suzanne@design-energy.net Simply Living To Honor Local Green Energy Pioneers at Annual Meeting Ecohouse Solar and Design Energy will receive awards for renewable energy leadership Saturday, February 23, 12 – 3 pm at Indian Oven restaurant, 427 E Main […]

Book Club

Simply Living Book Club Discussion

To further reinforce our theme of “Reconnecting with Nature,” the Simply Living Book Club has selected the book that inspired the film, Journey of the Universe: The Epic Story of Cosmic, Earth, and Human Transformation. Authors Brian Swimme, the acclaimed evolutionary philosopher, and Yale University historian of religions Mary Evelyn Tucker, tell a […]

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Daily Routine Fights Climate Change

I was delighted to discover the opinion column in the Dispatch (1-9-19) by Alex Burke, “We Tackle Climate Change One Day at a Time.” Alex walks us through a typical day from 6 am to 8:30 pm offering practical tweaks to our typical behaviors. They are all easy to do […]

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SL Winter Theme: Reconnecting with Nature

I read an article posted on Medium.com recently titled “Why I’m a Climate Change Denier.” What? I wondered out loud – Medium would never promote such nonsense. I opened it up and discovered to my surprise that the author did in fact share my concerns about climate change after all. […]

Guest Blog Post, Living Simply

Simply Living Manifesto – Jake DaSilva

Jake DaSilva has shared his “manifesto” (below) as part of our Earth Institute course: A Different Way: Living Simply in a Complex World.  Jake is an avowed Minimalist  and has facilitated Simply Living’s courses on voluntary simplicity.  As you seen in his picture, Jake enjoys fishing. Simple Living Manifesto: Jake DaSilva Own […]

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Simply Living Manifesto – Nicholas Banks

Nicholas Banks has shared his “manifesto” (below) as part of our Earth Institute course: A Different Way: Living Simply in a Complex World.  Nicholas is a relatively new member of Simply Living and he is leading and posting now on our new Instagram account. Personal Manifesto My life will be […]