Today I'm happy to share with you a letter/note I received from one of my Tiny Transition classmates, Jack Daniel. Jack has thrown himself into downsizing and simplifying - and has caught the tiny living bug as a result (he went to a workshop last year "just to see what it was about" and now he'll be attending another one I'll be teaching next spring).
Jack wrote me this post as a letter - and has kindly given me the green light to share it here. This letter warmed my heart - that sounds cheesy but it honestly made me tear up. It's beyond sweet and touching - it's just amazing to hear about the transformation that is possible when you have the right support and community to back you up.
I enjoyed having Jack in the class at least twice as much as he loved the course and community, so the feeling's mutual.
Tiny Transition + Downsizing is now open for registration for the class starting on January 4th. I hope you join us.
Thank you Jack for this letter. Thank you.
One of my all-time favorite old-school reference sources, The American Heritage College Dictionary, defines “WATERSHED” as:
“A critical point that marks a division or change of course; a turning point.”
I am pretty sure that I’m not the only person who thinks that the eight weeks our class spent together in your Tiny Transition and Downsizing E-Course qualifies as a definite watershed event for us.