Blog | by Julie Fathy | January 28, 2016
A Denver mom resolves to go debt-free by buying nothing new (aside from a few necessities) for a full year.
Blog | by New Dream | May 31, 2011
In The Good Life, author Sherry Ackerman shows how anyone can choose the journey to sustainability and a sensual, fun-filled life.
Blog | by Chris Stratton | January 10, 2012
Bad news: Economic growth is gone for good. Good news: Maybe we don’t need growth to be better off.
Videos | by New Dream | October 14, 2013
New Dream's SoKind Registry is designed to help you plan a more joyful and meaningful celebration. Watch the video to learn more.
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | August 4, 2011
How one D.C. resident changed her relationship to money and gained just a bit of freedom from the endless demands to earn it.
Resources | by New Dream | January 11, 2005
New Dream Holiday Poll 2005In 2005, New Dream conducted a national poll about the holiday season. The survey showed that most Americans wish the holidays were less materialistic and believe that the holidays should be more about family and caring for others, not giving and receiving gifts.
Blog | by Ray Lumpp | November 27, 2012
What started as a celebration of prosperity has become something akin to a national addiction. Are we choosing stuff over joy?
Blog | by Vicki Robin | January 24, 2017
This classic book on achieving financial independence is being updated—and the authors want to hear from you!
Blog | by Seth Yon | April 26, 2015
Greener Grads is offering the tools to change our traditions into less wasteful and more responsible celebrations.
Blog | by Jake Giessman | July 18, 2012
Guest blogger Jake Giesmann explains why choosing to have only one child has brought wide-ranging benefits for his family and finances.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | February 13, 2014
After the financial crash of 2009, Carmella Rayone and her family became "simplicity shifters" in their small Wyoming town.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | December 5, 2013
Simplify your holidays with our top 10 gift ideas for a SoKind holiday wishlist!
Blog | by Julie Fathy | April 25, 2016
Colorado mom Julie Fathy has found joy in a different kind of life—one with less stuff.
Resources | by New Dream | January 11, 2004
In a 2004 New Dream poll of 1,269 American adults, more than 4 in 5 respondents said that our society’s priorities are “out of whack,” with an overwhelming majority agreeing that as a society we are too focused on working and making money and not enough on family and community.