Two Cents will be taking an open-ended hiatus during 2015. We value these conversations and believe it is critical that intentional spaces are created to host them but presently do not have the organizational capacity to continue filling that role. That’s not to say things are over; we are simply moving Two Cents to the back-burner until such time as we are once again able to pick up this mantle. Think of it as the ellipses to a vital conversation that must continue…
While we regroup, here are a couple of great resources to get your teeth into:
- Head on over to Two Cent’s parent organization, Common Change. We’re practicing what we’ve been preaching: helping people to pool resources with those they know, to share with those they care about.
- Check out the work Faith and Money Network is doing to equip people to explore and transform their relationship with money within the grounding of their faith.
- For practical steps on simplifying, visit Becoming Minimalist
- Interested in continuing the conversation in your own circles? Check out Mark Scandrette’s Free: Spending your time and money on what matters most. It’s packed with helpful exercise for getting a handle on your money story, and designed for healing and generative money conversations with friends
If you’re interested in Two Cents continuing to be a catalyst for dialogue and engagement, and want to lend your advice, experience or time to helping us re-launch, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.