Meg Wolfe, author of The Minimalist Woman blog, is a true child of the Baby Boom who has downsized, decluttered, and otherwise simplified nearly every aspect of life in order to see life more clearly. What she found surprised her and her blog follows the course of those revelations, along with thoughts about the relationship of simplicity to American culture and economy.
A minimalist mindset affects nearly everything one can do, from how money is earned, to how it is spent, how much space is needed to be comfortable, how many things to own, how many activities to put on the daily calendar, what to eat, what to wear, and the size of one's ecological footprint. It changes the way we interact with the world at large.
Meg is happily married to artist and photographer Steve Johnson, who provided the photographs and layout for her books.
Where to find Meg Wolfe online
Minimalist Cooking 2 - 27 More Practical Recipes
by Meg Wolfe
Approx. 13,780 words.
Published on November 10, 2011.
Minimalist Cooking 2 - 27 More Practical Recipes is the follow up book to Meg Wolfe's first cook book, Minimalist Cooking - 27 Practical Recipes. In this book the emphasis is very much on one pot meals,pies and sweet and savory muffins. As with the first book there is a comprehensive introductory section dealing with equipment techniques and ingredients.
Minimalist Cooking - 27 Practical Recipes
by Meg Wolfe
Approx. 12,310 words.
Published on July 11, 2011.
The Minimalist Cooking - 27 Practical Recipes book is something a little different and can be divided into two parts, the recipes and the philosophy that underpins good cooking.
The recipes cover all the main bases and include breads, veggies, main courses, pasta dishes, skillet suppers, main course salads and desserts. Each section contains between four and eight recipes.
Meg Wolfe’s tag cloud