Experiments big and small

The Zen of Living Smaller

Hmm. Some ideas just sound better than others, but when you start to bring them into “reality” – they just don’t work the way you wanted them to. Such is the problem with the use of Substack for a TZOLS newsletter. It just didn’t resonate well with me as a tool and I could not get myself motivated to use it the way they suggest.

So I will be blogging here more frequently and looking at other ways to get the “Living smaller” messages out. For all of you who have been following – I say THANK YOU! Thank you for sticking with us.

Life is a series of experiments, some big and some small and all of them are learning experiences. 🙂 Stay tuned for some money saving and responsible living tips, tricks and hacks.

And please remember to recycle, reuse, and repurpose whenever possible. Be well!

Changing things up a bit

I’ve blogged for years. Literally years – more than a decade, less than a quarter of a century. And while I love blogging, I haven’t been great at self-promotion; it isn’t a strength of mine. I have no problem with promoting others and therein is my epiphany moment.

I have explored a variety of platforms and have decided to publish a bi-weekly newsletter about sustainability for every day life. And I will be scouring the internet to find people who are doing interesting things in sustainability – recycling, upcycling, reusing, growing, foraging, teaching, sharing – whatever it is that is being done to creatively find ways to live responsibly; because I love interviewing people and I love sharing their stories.

If you know someone or ARE a person who is doing something good for the planet CONTACT ME – I would love to talk with you, interview you, share your good works with the world.

Email me at: Natalia@serroc.com and use “Changing things up a bit” in the subject line. Let me know what you are doing, what part of the world (time zone) you are in and whether you prefer a phone call or Zoom or an email list of questions for your interview…and I will answer you to schedule an interview about what you are doing and how it benefits the world. And it will go in my newsletter, and get promoted and shared. Helps you, helps me, and inspires others to do what they can, to make the world a better place (hopefully).