Simplifying is all about discovering what is truly important, and letting the rest slide.
What to write about when faced with the blank page
Creating a clean slate gives us freedom of choice again. The clean slate is invigorating, whether applied to your goals or your wardrobe.
We usually see negative events and challenging circumstances as a bad thing. Is it possible that they could be a good thing, too?
Knowing how susceptible we are to the society we keep, it’s important to choose company wisely. We only want to spend time with supportive people who bring out the best in us.
Everything in our life thrives with attention. When we’ve got one foot out the door, we don’t give our lives a chance to thrive.
Decide what you want. Decide what you’re willing to sacrifice to have it. And sacrifice it now.
Here are some journaling prompts for finding out where and when it’s time to rest.
Letting go of resentment and harboring forgiveness is no small feat, but the freedom it gives you is life-altering.
Try journaling your dreams. Not only does it make for entertaining future reading, but it can offer insight into what’s really going on behind the scenes.
Here are some prompts, digging a little bit deeper than the traditional suggestion of making a gratitude list.
While moderation lacks the adrenaline and pizzazz of high stakes, it’s undoubtedly the most likely way to reach your goals.
We’re used to working hard in our go-go-go lives. So when an easy
solution presents itself, we miss it.
Empty space can be filled with something you truly love. Or you can leave it deliciously free and revel in its bare simplicity.
If you’ve made a necessary change, prepare to be uncomfortable as
you adjust to the new skin. Don’t crawl back into that old self. You discarded it for a reason: it no longer fits.
If we stop and consciously think about the type of harvest we’d like to bring in, we can square away a tiny plot of time today to sew seeds for next season.