I've found a new way of looking at things. I think of things, stuff, as experiences - and that has led me to value them differently.
While I am drawn to minimalism, I do welcome new things into my life occasionally. But some things that make it to my wishlist seem to take up permanent residence, and still never get bought. What is it that makes things valuable enough to buy, in my mind? And what if I try another way of deciding what gets to the top of the list?
How we escaped commercialism and had a beatiful ceremony instead.
I think the key ingredients to a more joyful life is to clear away the unneccessary and take notice of the sources of joy that are already in my life.
My own take on minimalistic time-management, summarised. And a New Years tradition I really recommend.
In order to live a more simple life, I need to find and eliminate my time-thieves. Part 2/2.
In order to live a more simple life, I need to find and eliminate my time-thieves. Part 1/2.
In order to handle my time better I need to get my priorities straight. What are the most important things in my life?
If I want to live a simpler life, I need to remove unnecessary things from my mind and the way I use my time. How? That's this months challenge.