If you remember from my Purpose Statement post, one of our points was to practice organized simplicity. What does that look like? To put it simply, it means to simplify our life and live in an organized manner.
I don’t know about you, but I hate it when I can not find something. Especially when it is not where it is supposed to be! This is not only nerve-wracking, but it glaringly points out the obvious – I have too much stuff. Stuff is consuming of our mind, our time and our money. When this occurs, I know it is time to simplify. I wish I could say that I stay simplified – however, that is why it is worded in our purpose statement of practice organized simplicity. It is something that needs practice; we need to continually work at it.
We try to live in a way where everything has a place, and there is a place for everything. My husband is very much into aesthetics, so he appreciates clean counters, white walls, and picture free refrigerators. Knick-knacks are his nemeses.
Final Thoughts on Simplify
I want to encourage you to simplify. What in your life needs to go? What is taking up too much real estate in your mind or your closet? Simplify. Living the full life requires a life that is not controlled by chaos and clutter.Living the full life requires a life that is not controlled by chaos and clutter. Click To Tweet
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