Cecile Andrews' work has been featured in the PBS video, "Escape from Affluenza," and the TBS video, "Consumed by Consumption" (featuring Cecile, Ed Begley, Jr., and Phyllis Diller), CBS News "Eye on America", New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, and various PBS and NPR programs. She is the author of Slow Is Beautiful: New Visions of Community, Leisure and Joie de Vivre, and The Circle of Simplicity: Return to the Good Life and the co-editor, with Wanda Urbanska, of Less is More: Embracing Simplicity for a Healthy Planet, a Caring Economy and Lasting Happiness. A former community college administrator, Cecile has been a visiting scholar at Stanford University and affiliated scholar at Seattle University. Visit her website at www.cecileandrews.com.


Reviving the Lost Art of Conversation
Reading Roszak in Des Moines

Americans have always been a people who take action. We get things done. But weíre out of balance. We donít spend time deliberating ó thinking and talking. If weíre to reclaim the wisdom from the Sixties, hereís where we start, because hereís where it all started ó people coming together to talk.. . .

Winter 2009 Issue

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Going with the Flow

And so Iíll continue to work to urge people to live more simply and slowly and deliberately, except now Iíll do it knowing that the elder culture is moving quietly to support these changes...

Spring 2009 Issue

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