Monthly Archives: January 2013

More stuff = less time together.

Wow, I haven’t seen a better reason to RID…ever. Key quote: “[W]hat we have is a situation in which American families have more stuff, but they have managed to afford that stuff only by being two-income families, with ever less … Continue reading

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RID Champion.

I saw an amazing exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York this weekend. The exhibit, Living Small at Home and Abroad, took on the challenge of “how can cities rework their living spaces, and their living codes … Continue reading

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RIDing the RID. 2011 – Books on belief.

So, in order to accomplish the RID project, I would typically…figure out what item I wanted to get RID of, think about the item a little, take a picture of it, then…sometime later…create the entry about it to share with … Continue reading

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A reminder-PLEASE help. I only need one sentence from you.

The RID Project, a small blogging idea I once had – blew up. It changed from an intensively personal, dedicated project to one that was more inspirational for others than I ever forecast. I continue to be amazed by the … Continue reading

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Some people need more help than others.

“Dog owners are a proud bunch, and some love their dogs so much that they wear garments made of dog’s wool- wool spun from their dog’s fur.” Link here. _______ By the way, I still need your help. If you … Continue reading

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New project coming soon, and I need YOUR help. PLEASE read below.

The RID Project, a small blogging idea I once had – blew up. It changed from an intensively personal, dedicated project to one that was more inspirational for others than I ever forecast. I continue to be amazed by the … Continue reading

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Inspired by the inspired.

One of the things I didn’t expect when I started the RID project was that it would inspire other people to do the same. One of my friends started his own project yesterday, and I continue to be humbled when … Continue reading

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