It's day 10 of the Minimalism Game...how's the decluttering? Hope it's great! I'm sticking with it. If it doesn't bring me JOY, it is out of here! 30 things are GONE so far! Woohoo! If you haven't joined the fun, start where you are. Here are the instructions... https://smp19671.wordpress.com/2016/08/31/30-day-minimalism-game-come-out-and-play/ Mo Image courtesy of Ericadhawan.com
Here's a great article about simplifyin your life! So much clutter, so little time. Stop it! I'm in! Thanks BayArt! Mo
I love the Minimalism guys! Let's play their game for September! I welcome your comments on your progress throughout the month! Inspiration to simplify is on the way, one day at a time! 30-Day Minimalism Game. Here’s how it works … Find a friend or family member: someone who’s willing to get rid of their … Continue reading 30-day Minimalism game! Come out and play!
My sadness over the reality of our divided society overwhelmed me today as old lyrics rang in my ear, in the form of an old favorite song, Us and Them, by Pink Floyd. I used to listen to this song, hour after hour, with giant headphones, with my best friend, Leslie, back in the 70s. We … Continue reading Us and Them -My reality shift
She Let Go She let go. Without a thought or a word, she let go. She let go of the fear. She let go of the judgments. She let go of the confluence of opinions swarming around her head. She let go of the committee of indecision within her. She let go of all the … Continue reading She Let Go, the poem (my fave meditation)
Thanks to Kristen for this timely piece. I am ready for the GRIND experience! Go grab those dreams! Mo What do you want? How badly do you want it? What are you willing to sacrifice? These are the questions we must ask not once, but daily. There is no success without the GRIND. via Want Success? … Continue reading Want Success? Embrace the GRIND — Kristen Lamb’s Blog
Do you sleep well? Having been an insomniac for years, I am sleeping well now. Why? What changed? Let me share. Several years ago, I read Dr Andrew Weil's book, Healthy Sleep, and learned that my brain is not a computer that I can simply power down at will. It takes attention to a bedtime … Continue reading Hows your Sleep Hygiene?
Saying No For many of us, the most difficult word to say is one of the shortest and easiest in the vocabulary: No. Go ahead, say it aloud: No. No - simple to pronounce, hard to say. We're afraid people won't like us, or we feel guilty. We may believe that a "good" employee, child, … Continue reading I said NO…explanations are unnecessary.
I love the idea of rediscovering hobbies, blogged by Candles Online! What hobbies have you had which you could rediscover? Where's my guitar...? Mo ..... Hobbies keep us cheerful and happy. Hobbies refresh us and help us to refocus on our major assignments. Hobbies have a positive effect on our mind and we stay composed … Continue reading On Rediscovering Hobbies!
Owning Our Power Don't you see? We do not have to be so victimized by life, by people, by situations, by work, by our friends, by our love relationships, by our family, by our feelings, our thoughts, our circumstances, and ourselves. We are not victims. We do not have to be victims. That is the … Continue reading A victim no more!