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Worry less

Saying "Yes" to happiness is all about learning to say "No" to the things and people that stress you out.

 

To truly "live more, you first have to understand that "THE THINGS THAT MATTER ARE NOT THINGS."

You need to really evaluate your things. I mean all of your things. That bread-maker you used once, those boots you love but don't actually wear, that tea set your grandmother gave you but you never use.

To some people that's scary but trust me, once you start simplifying your life you will create time and space to "live more" and worry less as you discover what and who really matters to you.  

Click on the boxes below for some tips on how to declutter your life and make more room for what you love!

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November 14, 2017

​​Every Christmas I end up over eating, over drinking and over committing. Resulting in being burnout by January, carrying extra weight and an empty wallet.​​

This festive season I'm going to do things differently. I don’t want to “survive” it or just “get through” it. I want to embrace it and make room for those magic moments by being intentional about what I buy and eat and who I spend time with.

I'm not going to promise to bake mince pies, go to all the events I'm invited to and fill the empty space in my calendar, I’m not going to say "No" because I'm busy, I'm going to say "No" because I don't want to be busy.

White space is more i...

August 21, 2017

Joshua Fields Millburn, cofounder of website The Minimalists says* he was a slave to his devices. He spent hours staring into a laptop at work and then went home to stare some more. Constantly checking his emails on his phone, and hopping from Facebook, to Twitter to Instagram. All the while bathing in the glow of a television screen. “The biggest distractions we face today are often the glowing screens in front of us.” He points out that even some new toasters have wifi.

So Millburn decide to eliminate the mental clutter that spending time staring at screen produces. He'd leave his phone in airplane mode, and only chec...

July 17, 2017

​When was the last time you switched off for 24 hours?

If you can’t remember then a digital detox might be what you need.

I recently wrote about the day I left my phone at home and I thought I enjoyed being less connected and "on call" I felt that "to fully feel the benefit of being without my phone I think I would have been better to totally "unplug" and leave my laptop at home too!" So that's what I've done, a digital detox.

On Friday night at 11:00 pm I put both of my phones and my laptop in a draw and didn't retrieve them until 8:00 am on Monday.  57 glorious hours free of distractions and significantly improved sleep....

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I've made this website for fun in the hope that it will inspire people to live more and worry less by taking on board some ideas to simplify their lives.

 

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