Here are some websites I like. You'll find a lot of information, tips and resources to keep you on track and give you new perspectives on how to live simply.
Simple Life/Voluntary Simplicity:
www.simplicityinstitute.com, www.simplicitycollective.com SL from its many perspectives, by Samuel Alexander.
www.choosingvoluntarysimplicity.com Blog with reflections on SL and with a tendency to homesteading matters
www.happysimplelife.com (refers to various blogs)
www.simplelivinginstitute.org (Florida, but with many ideas and reosurces)
www.tidyingup.com Marie Kondo’s website
www.unclutterer.com A place for everything and everything in its place
www.zenhabits.net Leo Babauta
www.theminimalists.com Two young guys, mediatic and successful because of their choice to become minimalists.
www.becomingminimalist.com Being a minimalist with kids
https://uszwbc.org/ U.S. Zero Waste Business Council. They have a HUGE ZW resource section. Check it out!
www.zerowastehome.com Béa Johnson's website. Includes a very interesting International Bulk Finder Section
www.litterless.co Great website with many local guides on ZW eating and grocery shopping!
www.wastefreelunch.com Learn how to pack a waste Free Lunch and access to teacher and parent resources.
www.ilsr.org Institute for Local Self-Reliance
www.grrn.org Grassroots recycling network (somewhat obsolete)
Alternative views about Economics, Society and the Story of the People. Interbeing
Simple Life/Voluntary Simplicity
These are the key reads if you want to get to the origin of it all:
- Samuel Alexander and Amanda McLeod's "Simple Living in History: Pioneers of the Deep Future"
- Duane Elgin’s "Voluntary Simplicity: Toward a Way of Life that is Outwardly Simple, Inwardly Rich"
- Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin’s "Your Money or Your Life: Transforming your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence"
- Cecil Andrew’s "The Circle of Simplicity: Return to the Good Life"
- Mary Grigsby’s "Buying Time and Getting By: The Voluntary Simplicity Movement"
Other interesting reads of Simple Living:
- Janet Luhrs': "The Simple Living Guide: A Sourcebook for Less Stressful, More Joyful Living"
- Shannon Hayes' Radical Homemakers
Roadmap towards understanding where we are and where we are headed. From Separation to Interbeing
- Charles Eisenstein's The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible
- Charles Eisenstein's Sacred Economics: Money, Gift and Society in the Age of Transition.