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“I enjoy Tammy’s blog, writings, reflections and photography because there is a vulnerability, a genuine quality and a reaching for joy. She writes about simple things, with gratitude; nothing is rushed or forced. Her choice of books and websites always sends me down a path of exploration that is unexpected, and I come back wiser and happier from my adventures. I took a writing class from her and benefitted greatly from it. Tammy is truly a gem. Thank you for putting yourself out there for all of us!”
“You were one of the first to introduce me to the joys of minimalism. I’m enjoying the journey and the insights your blog and book have provided.”
“I discovered you through your adventure with tiny house living. Your book was inspirational and made me re-think my lifestyle. I follow a few like-minded bloggers, but I really connect with your writing and points of view.”
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