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No Impact Week

We have been asked to take part in the The No Impact Experiment again.
It's good to remind ourselves of how lightly we wish to live & to feel encouraged to do so.

Work tends to make us lazy & we find ourselves talking about living simpler as a future event...
It's crazy, because both of us are passionate about living with no or very little impact.
We continue to dream of life being simple - living off-grid, no mains electricity or running water.
Having land to grow our own food & generate our own power.
We want to live as far away from other people as possible, to be somewhere very remote.
A place away from disrespectful tourists & silly neighbours...

To be in control of our lives, support ourselves & be truly happy, fit & healthy would be wonderful!

Our journey to simplicity begins on Sunday September 18th. 
It would be great if you would come along too!

Click here to register: No Impact Week Registration 
And Join our group "Just Humans Being".


Bye for now.

Kay & Sime xx

PS. Thank you for all the lovely messages & emails about my health - I'm surviving & looking forward to us slowing down... I've now found a supplier for my bugleweed too- yippee! 
K x
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