IGL’s Guide to Intentional Packing

On our recent trip to Israel, we did something we never, ever do: we took a cab to the airport [gasp!]. We usually brave the inevitable bus-to-tube-to-probably-cancelled-train journey to Gatwick or Heathrow Airports. But before this trip, despite repeated warnings from Brits not to do so, I booked our flights out of Luton Airport because…

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Intentional Guide to the Aeropress

There is my life before the Aeropress, and my life after the Aeropress. Before: bitter, cumbersome, inconsistent, resigned to mediocrity. After Aeropress came into my life? Well, I’m still all those things, but at least my coffee is now consistently convenient, fast, ultra-smooth, and delicious! I used to make my coffee with a French press,…

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The Intentional Wardrobe

The upgrade of our wardrobes is one of the areas we’re most excited about as we explore, design and implement the intentionally good life. We mean “upgrade” in a different sense than you’re probably thinking. Let’s start with the basics. This goes beyond just hanging and folding clothes like you’re supposed to rather than just…

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An Introduction to Intentional Living

CASEY:   As mentioned in The Intentionally Good Life’s (IGL’s) first official post, moving from the U.S. to the U.K. has allowed us to experience tremendous growth, together and individually. After spending five years in a long-distance relationship, launching our marriage–in a new country, nonetheless–has forced us to examine what is actually important to us.…

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