for a simpler time. You want to be able
to have the freedom that you had when you were younger, but with all the perks of
being an adult. There is a
longing for when you didn’t have as much responsibility, as many to-do lists,
and errands to run, when you had more time to enjoy life instead of running off to the next thing.
freedom in simplicity.
movement, or local everything (although that is a nice way to simplify). Nor will it be a call to turn off all
technology. I have wanted to do that
numerous times, until one of my kids has a question about something that I don’t
know, and cannot for the life of me find the answer in one of the hundreds of
books that we own. It also won’t specifically be about minimalism – we live in a 2400sf house, that does not scream minimalism to me.
you can take in order to bring your stress level down, to decrease the amount of decision fatigue that we all feel every day.
Taking a moment to breathe when you need to, rather than running off to
the next thing because that is what you usually do.
become so weighed down by the world, by what society says we should be doing;
weighed down by the fear we aren’t doing enough, we aren’t doing it right, and
there is something better that we need to find.
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schedule day to day? What if you could
rid yourself of all that stress of the constant barrage of decisions you need
to make? What if you could find that
inner peace in order to be able to live your life to the fullest and pursue
your passions with vigor, instead of dreaming about them as something that you
will get to, eventually?