Mar
19

PGM 17 | Living Large In Small Spaces with Erin Boyle

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Have you ever considered de-cluttering your life by living with less? Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves did and now she can’t go back. In Episode 17 of the Pure Green Podcast, Celine speaks with Erin who is a successful author on the topic as well as a minimalist and mother. She discusses how she got started, her experience thus far, and the tips, tricks, and motivation for continuing to live small. In a world full of excess, it’s hard to consider living another way, but as Erin says, “it all comes down to being purposeful”. She is also the author of an upcoming book titled, “Simple Matters”, so if you want to know more, be sure to pick up a copy and of course, visit her blog. 

We're introducing something new in this edition of the podcast as well, an extended and shortened version, so you can choose which suits you best. The long version gets a little deeper, and is over an hour in length, and the short version boils down the main points and in condensed down to approximately 30 minutes. We'll only do this for interviews that go over an hour in length—please let us know if this is a helpful feature!

We sincerely hope you enjoy this episode of the PGM Podcast! Please help us spread the word by sharing the show if you enjoyed it! There's tweetable links below, and any Instagram, Facebook or other sharing is very, very appreciated! Find detailed show notes with time stamps at the bottom of the post! Thanks for listening and see you next week! Listen/Subscribe in iTunes | Stitcher

“It all comes down to being purposeful”- @readmyleaves on living minimal via the Pure Green Podcast @puregreenmag

Listen Now: EXTENDED VERSION  |  SHORTENED VERSION

Erin's old 240 sq ft. apartment

And her new one (which is 400 sq ft)

Flowers feature prominently in Erin's home, which add a soft touch of inspiration.

PHOTOGRAPHY courtesy of Erin Boyle

PODCAST PRODUCED by Ben Goldstein


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