Promises of simplification lure me in like a fish. The following NY Times column motivated me to track down a book. Rather than spend the $$ to buy ( and then store) it, I can save that cash for hiking by getting the book through my local library. Here’s how I simplify the process:
1. Read this–blog: A Recipe for Simplifying Life: Ditch All the Recipes – NYTimes.com.
2. Tracking the details on this book:“An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace,”.
3. Put on my “to read” list on my Goodreads book site.
4 . Cruise over to the Minerva library program and track it down through a Statewide Maine library search. Find it.
5.Hit an online button to get this message: “Your request will be delivered to Rockland Public Library when it is available”.
You gotta love this system. What a wonderful country we live in.
P.S. I’ll post my review of the book on this blog when I’ve completed it.