31 Days to Simplify—Day 24

Day 24—Life is a Journey

Simplifying our lives takes time.  It can be hard to change old habits so don’t set yourself up for defeat by expecting instant success.   Clearing out clutter, changing old habits, finding new ways and better ways to live will require time.  Enjoy the journey!

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31 Days to Simplify—Day 20

Day 20—What are your priorities?

 Can you name five things that are the most important commitments or values that you don’t want to lose? Make a list of what is important and how you want to manage those things that are important or necessary for your life.

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The next step is to set that in motion. Only commit to what lines up with your priorities. When our actions are in line with our priorities, life is easier.

 

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31 Days to Simplify—Day 19

Day 19—Do Something Nice for Yourself

It doesn’t require spending money or asking anyone else for permission. Simple things can replenish your energy and help you make better decisions.

Listen to music, send your laundry out, cook a special meal, read a good book, buy flowers…simple pleasures that bring relaxation and rest for your soul.

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31 Days to Simplify—Day 18

Day—18 Don’t quit!

Ok, so in the midst of trying to simplify life things get complicated. The schedule gets out of whack, someone gets sick, the car breaks down and all of the plans to simplify get shelved.  Don’t quit!

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 When things settle down, pick up where you left off and keep going.

 

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31 Days to Simplify—Day 16

Day 16—Use simple systems

Change doesn’t come easy; in fact, it is hard. Set yourself up for success when making changes. Keep it simple, do what works for you, and don’t think you have to buy someone’s ‘system’ to get organized. Figure out what works for you and go for it.

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