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What You Can Simplify

bdaa8bd27a6979126c4b77a292529478Can you get rid of more that is “unnecessary”, so that you can focus better on what really matters? 

There are a great number of benefits from simplifying and minimizing. We can lessen our stress and improve the quality of our lives by getting rid of the excess.

4 Things you may be able to reduce to live more simply, joyfully, and fully

1. Your Language – Try not to chatter or gossip and aim to speak with fewer words. Eliminate negative talk to yourself and about others. Talk purposefully, honestly and positively.

2. Your Possessions – Remove the “extra” from your life and continuously de-clutter your space and aim to live with less stuff. *Wednesday’s post will cover more details about this. Regularly trash and donate.

3. Your Tech Time – Reduce your time behind a screen and spend far less time being connected to everyone and everything, all of the time on the internet. Regularly disconnect.

4. Your Commitments – Lessen the load of your busy schedule whenever you can. Commit to less, and open up your schedule for more spontaneity and fewer demands. Reduce your business.

 

Free yourself up by removing the excess in your life. Continue to look for ways to simplify and you’ll continue to feel more at ease, and more full of purpose and energy. The less “stressed”, “busy”, “bogged down”, or “unsatisfied” you are, the better you’ll be at doing whatever you want to do.

 

Read More Here: “Could Minimalism Help You?”

8 Comments on “What You Can Simplify

What You Can Simplify [348]
October 13, 2014 at 11:33 PM

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Marijke Van Dornick
October 14, 2014 at 12:46 PM

This article has been a real light bulb moment for me. I’ve spent the past six months de-cluttering my living space, and feel so much for it – but it had never occurred to me to look at other areas of my life which need de-cluttering, especially my language! Thank you so much for this, it’s an inspiration. Mari x

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November 17, 2014 at 7:25 PM

[…] When “shit happens”, I choose to make my live even SIMPLER, and I try to really appreciate that nothing is guaranteed and that I can actually only control […]

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October 28, 2015 at 7:53 AM

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[…] you get caught up in wanting to do more, get more, have more, and accomplish more. At times, does it feel like you aren’t getting anywhere or that it will never be […]

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October 28, 2015 at 8:27 PM

[…] you get caught up in wanting to do more, get more, have more, and accomplish more. At times, does it feel like you aren’t getting anywhere or that it will never be […]

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[…] A Reminder – Maybe you can use it as a reminder of what “not to do,” or a reminder of what you really want to focus on that’s even more important. Maybe it provided you with a reminder that it’s better when you slow down or to simplify the steps. […]

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