There are many benefits to living more simply, and everyone has different reasons for choosing to simplify their life. But there are definitely benefits that you see on almost everyone’s ‘reasons to simplify’ list. See which of these could motivate you to choose a simplified lifestyle.Continue reading
How are you doing in simplifying your life and identifying gratitude? Simplicity seems to be a bit of a common theme everywhere I turn at the moment. I guess it’s the new year influence but it also seems like a societal shift is taking place. Another theme within the coaching and personal development community is gratitude […]Continue reading
To make it easier to figure out how much time you actually have, how much time-calculator. It’s a simple, but highly effective, spreadsheet that will reveal the time you actually have to work on things you’ve been putting off. And it will help you identify the time blocks you can use to your benefit each day.Continue reading
I use five fundamentals to help people to work through how they can ‘live more’ and the first one is Simplify. One of the ways you can simplify your life is to think about adopting a more minimalist lifestyle.
How many of us aren’t very good at saying no? I know I often find myself doing things that I don’t really want to do but I say yes from a misguided sense of not wanting to let people down!
Saying no more often is definitely a great way to keep more of your time for the stuff that you need to do, which leads to more time to do what you want to do (to ‘Live More’).
I am the proud mother of three sons and while my “littlest baby” is 25 years old, some of the trinkets, gifts, and art projects they made growing up can still be found on my shelves.
In fact, what is not on my shelves is neatly preserved in several tote bins which are lovingly stored in the attic, closets, and garage of my home.
We’re into the second full week of the year and we’re still in the thick of ‘new year, new you’ articles online whether that be around your health, weight, detoxing, habits, productivity, business and the list goes on!
I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions as such but I do like the ‘turning over a new leaf-ness’ (did I just make that up?!) of January, as I do with ‘back to school’ September.