Brook from the Change Your Life Challenge, is publishing my weekly simplicity tips in her newsletter. Thanks Brook! And welcome to anyone that has come here by her newsletter.
May 22 ?281. Take at least 10 minutes this morning for some quiet reading or prayer2. Do deep breathing at all the red lights today3. Make a to do list this evening for tomorrow4. Clear off the top of your desk or at least one pile5. Say no to something today6. Do one thing at Read More
Weekly Simplifying Tips: 1. Make your menu plan for the week2. Get all your thoughts onto paper in a journal or notebook to create a serene mind3. Cross one thing off your to do list without doing it4. If it can be done in under two minutes ? do it now5. Get a photo box Read More
I am ultra sensitive to overwhelm, which allows me to catch it before I drown in it. And I’ve had to create a life of as much space and quiet time as I can. But, I am also learning to fall into a crazy week and know it will be ok. I have been helping Read More
Too many e-mails, phone calls, magazines, web sites to visits, books to read. I want to know more, more, more. I love to learn. But, timewise I need to prioritize my information. I can’t know everything. And I certainly don’t need to know everything. Besides, if I find out I do need to know something, Read More
I finished my simplicity calendar and uploaded it: http://www.encouragingcoach.com/programs-simplicity-calendar.htm This was a lot of fun. I am planning on following the plan myself. I started it in Dec 2004 so people can get extra help for the holidays right away.
“In anything at all, perfection is finally attained not when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no longer anything to take away.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
- Simplifying Not Organizing
- Questions to Help You Simplify Your Life
- Areas to Simplify
- What to Do with all the Papers
- How to Get Things Done When You Are An Emotional Wreck
- How to Get to the End of Your To Do List
- A Question to Help You Make Changes
- Choosing Your Committments
- Laziness Isn't the Problem
- What's Keeping You From Decluttering?
- Uncovering the Creative Areas
- Decluttering the Entryway
- Decluttering Cosmetics
- Piles of Magazine Clippings