Elisabeth Sharp McKetta
TOPICS: THE TOOLS FOR NOMADS SHOW
“When we moved from a big house into a tiny house, all of a sudden, the day rearranged itself. So that the only things that were asked of me were the teaching, which I loved, the being with my people, which I loved, and the writing, which I loved. And so it took away all of the clutter."
If clutter has ever been a problem for you, Elisabeth Sharp McKetta can fix it: she once did a Ted talk called ‘Edit Your Life Like a Poem’.
Nomad, author and teacher of Creative Writing and Literature, Elisabeth and her husband once sold everything they owned and moved into a tiny house in Boise, Idaho (with their two children!). She and her family have since moved, and while they have more stuff than they did when they lived in a tiny house, she’s maintained her master status of staying productive and creative wherever she is.
Thom Pollard’s recent interview with Elisabeth will change your way of thinking about the clutter in your life, as well as how to make cooperative agreements with your spouse: her husband was allowed to keep his 15 bicycles!
Listen and be inspired!
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