This is my new favorite book! Has anyone else read it? Are you a radical homemaker?
I am not a radical homemaker but the book gave me a lot of new perspective. I value different things as a result, or at least feel a lot more clear about why I was coming to value them anyway. DH did not read the book but I described it to him, and he also found the concept compelling.
So, while we live pretty mainstream, American lives, we strive in smaller ways to become producers over consumers - which to us was the bottom line.
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