Welcome to this week’s issue of Weekly Simplicity Tips.

Welcome to this week’s issue of Weekly Simplicity Tips. I had a very renewing weekend. I put up my out of the office autoresponder 11am Friday when my daughter, mother-in-law and a couple of her friends went to see another friend in Pirates of Penzance. A very fun Gilbert and Sullivan musical. The rest of the evening was spent with my daughter. As was Saturday when we went on a Mother-Daughter retreat on Cultivating Joy. Part of it spent outside in a beautiful, 70 degree spring day.

retreat

Photos by Brea Dargis

And Sunday after church my husband and I spent as much time as possible outside. No technology most of the weekend.I.

 

Warmly, Beth

 

Weekly Tips

  1. When you see yourself getting discouraged with your decluttering, notice what thoughts you are telling yourself. Are they helpful and motivating?
  2. Schedule a spa day next week to pamper yourself at home or elsewhere.
  3. Simplify clothes shopping by dressing based on your personality type. Learn your type in a free ecourse.
  4. How are you being in your daily interactions? If you are acting snippy or impatient, you may want to delete something off your list.
  5. Take two minutes to stare at a flower, noticing. Don’t let these daily gifts pass you by.
  6. Set a limit on the number of days/times you drive your kids places.
  7. Love this quote:
    "She inhaled a worry. She exhaled a prayer." ~ Mary Lou Quinlan, author

 

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