Continue reading “Unlocking the Power of Simple Living”
Simple living reminds us to focus on what truly matters and find fulfillment in the beauty and the power of simplicity.
Continue reading “A Life Without Clutter”
Despite our best efforts to keep an organized environment, clutter has a way of finding its way in. It’s a good idea to take inventory from time to time to be sure we have clutter under control and that we are moving toward a life without clutter.
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To move from clutter to clarity, start by decluttering, then commit to shopping less and buying only those things that are useful to you right now. You can have more money, more time, more space, and more clarity by having less.
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Having more than enough is necessary to move up the self-actualizing hierarchy from basic physical needs, the need for safety, and the emotional needs of love and belonging, into the upper realm of esteem and self-actualization. And sometimes having less is a way to have more.
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Do you want more room? more peace? more money? more time? less stress?TheExceleratedLife.com
Then you ought to think about these reasons to declutter your spaces.
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The Rule Of Holes is this: If you’re in one, stop digging. If you are not pleased with the results you are getting in your life just now, there is a better way. Use these five actions to break out of your rut.TheExceleratedLife.com
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The purpose of being more productive isn’t to have more time to get many more things done. The true goal is to have more time for the important things: spending time with those you love, deepening relationships, dreaming and visualizing and planning for the life you want to create.
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Excelerated Organization™ – being well-enough organized – means you are free from clutter, everything has a permanent home, and you are able to put your hands on what you need when you need it.TheExceleratedLife.com
Simplifying your life doesn’t have to be complicated but it does require thought. In Keeping Life Simple, Karen Levine shares 7 guiding principles to help us have more time to do the things we love – and to figure out what those things are.
You Can’t Buy Peace Of Mind
It was Saturday morning and Kelly woke up in a foul mood. She was tired of juggling a demanding job, a house that was in constant disarray, and a husband and children that always seemed to need something – forms completed, lunches packed, arguments settled, and on and on.
Although she didn’t really need anything specific, she decided to give herself a break and go shopping; it seemed to be one of the few outlets available to her to make herself feel better. She left her husband in charge of the house and children and headed for the mall.Continue reading “7 Principles To Keep Life Simple”