It seems everyone is trying to simplify some aspect of their lives.
Their calendar, commitments, finances…
Their commute, To Do list, expectations…
Their morning routine, relationships, living space…
The desire to simplify is strong.
On the other side of simplified is more time and freedom. Less stress and anxiety. More of what matters and less of what doesn’t.
But then comes the moment it all falls apart.
As much as we say we want our lives to be simpler, we’re reluctant to make the tough choices.
Because at its core simplifying means making decisions about what’s worth having, doing, thinking.
Want a simpler life?
- Want a simpler life? Decide to let go of the past.
- Want a simpler life? Decide to support less overhead.
- Want a simpler life? Decide to stop people pleasing and start saying no.
- Want a simpler life? Decide you’re not keeping up with the Joneses.
- Want a simpler life? Decide you want more meaning even if it means less $.
- Want a simpler life? Get rid of the clutter in your head and in your home.
Decide what you want your simpler life to look like, be like, feel like—and then start taking action based on what you’ve decided.
Are you ready to start making decisions to simplify your life? What will you decide to let go of, change, pare down, and say no to?