Simplifying your life means eliminating things, commitments, relationships and goals that are saturating your time and stealing your energy and attention, to focus on the essentials.
It is not easy, especially when we get used to physical disorder in our homes, for the agenda to be filled from Monday to Sunday and when we have the courage to seek more money, goods and everything that people strive to achieve in life.
However, when you take the first steps in minimalism, you will find many unexpected things. I would like to list 3 unexpected things from the minimalist lifestyle.
When you put aside the pursuit of wealth (which has no obstacle by the way), you realize that there are many other things worth doing, such as our family, faith, friends, and satisfying work.
It’s a multitude of good things that you don’t discover until you simplify your life.
Everyone, absolutely everyone, loves to feel loved, if the times were when people loved each other and bought things to use them day by day.
Unfortunately today it is the opposite: people are used and they love things and value them more than a human being.
Simplifying your life gives you the opportunity to love again, just like old times. Believe me, there is a big difference when you focus on people and not material goods.
You have it, I have it and we all have it, the potential to do amazing things. Unfortunately, behind a desk full of papers, thousands of successful entrepreneurs are buried, perhaps the next Picasso or perhaps the next Steve Jobs.
I don’t know, I hope that this next successful person can find the way to simplify your life, we are many and we hope you will come.
Life is full of options, clothes, shoes, professions, art, food, design, cars, computers, websites, watches, etc. etc. etc … Being a consumer ends up with your salary, your time and your energy.
A simple life means buying less, consuming less, and this results in:
Less Purchase = More money.
More money = Less debt.
Less Debt = Less Stress.
On the other hand,
Less Purchase = Less Things.
Fewer things = More space.
Fewer things = Less cleaning.
Less Things = More Organization.
Less Things = Less Repairs.
Less Things = More Free Time.
We all have personal goals, dreams, objectives and projects; but we usually don’t have the time or space, much less energy for something other than work to buy more.
Dreaming is free, but achieving your dreams is not. Are you willing to pay the price for your dreams?
Remember if. You deserve what you dream.