What do you know - Living More With Less, a little book with lots of simple Mennonite advice, has come out in a new edition.
So I dug out my 1980 edition. It's a book of grassroots ideas on how to live simply (a bazillion with the contributor and hometown noted). It's interesting reading if you have the patience to wade through over-the-top suggestions like:
We switched from our automatic washer and dryer to a wringer washer, laundry tubs, and clothesline. I do six loads of wash once a week in an hour and a half with one washer full of hot water. I rinse in cold water." p. 152.
Um... no thanks on that one. But, as the article says, the book should do well with the modern emphasis on living simply and interest in things Amish and Mennonite.