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Something Good To Read: Small Is Possible
I want to continue to hear your thoughts about how you are doing, and what I can offer you here during these troubled times. But I know some of you have read that post, and already offered your (amazing!) thoughts, so I wanted to give you something else to read in the meantime.
I’ve written a guest post over at Blogging Bookworm, a site dedicated to spreading the knowledge of books related to climate change, peak oil, environmental issues, food supply problems, and the solutions to each of these.
As you all know, I’ve been reading and thinking a lot about local economies, and how we go about creating strong communities able to adapt and sustain themselves during good times and bad. I’ve been soaking up information wherever I can get it!
The latest book I’ve read on the subject is Small is Possible: Life In a Local Economy by Lyle Estill. Please check out my words about it at Blogging Bookworm!
Thanks. I hope you’re able to de-stress and unwind a bit this weekend. Don’t forget to feed your souls, and those around you!
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