About Simply & Softly

Our story is about living simply and intentionally, which sometimes means unconventionally.

As a writer, this is an outlet to follow wherever the pen may lead. You will find a mix of musings, adventures, book pondering, and favorite recipe sharing – essentially anything that Marie Kondo would say, “Sparks joy.” Which will usually be in the realms of seasonal living and finding space for a meaningful, creative life.

We (Kassie & Mason) are also the owners of a 1972 Airstream, aka the Dream Stream. After months and months (and months) of renovations with little to no experience of the sort, we have discovered a very cozy, happy home within it’s curved, aluminum walls. We’re very passionate about the tiny living community because it gave us the courage to live in a way we never thought possible, but always dreamed of. Hence, you’ll find plenty of that here, too.

And if you’re anything like me and someone who, up until now, has been a silent reader, I encourage you to comment on any post you may find meaningful in this corner of the internet. It’s my goal to embrace my quiet tendencies, my softness, while also still being a meaningful part of the conversation.

Regardless, I’m glad you found your way here, and hope you can stay for awhile.

 

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18 thoughts on “About Simply & Softly

  1. As a follower of “A Way With Words”, you are invited to a domain warming party as I move to a new blog address. Click on this link –

    http://awaywithwordsblog.com

    You’ll think you are in a parallel universe.

    While you are there, be sure to click the “Follow” button. Within the next week, I plan to publish exclusively from this site. Don’t miss out on any of the fun!

    1. You’re welcome. Thanks for sharing your perspective, and, you have a great writing style! Thank you for stopping by and putting my blog on your to-read list. I know how that goes! 🙂

      1. You’re welcome and thank you very much for the compliment but this post is based upon my writing “circles of fear” and rewritten by my friend Linda from appletonavenue. You might check her out, she is linked in the post 🙂
        Thanks again, gonna check your blog out right now.
        Chris

    1. Thank you for stopping by!
      As for my favorite novel, ahh! That’s a tough one. I’ve loved quite a few books in my short time, but I’d have to say it’s a tie between “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” by Betty Smith or “The Distant Hours” by Kate Morton or… well the list could go on and on–but I won’t bore you with them haha. And you?

      1. They aren’t very popular books, which may be why I like them so much! Well, and they are well written of course.

        I do like Twain, although sadly, I haven’t read anything by him in the last few years. But, I cannot get enough of Twain quotes! They are the best!

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