When I write about mindfulness and leading a satisfying life, I often refer to looking at things through a minimalist lens. Minimalism can positively affect all areas of our mental, emotional, physical and tangible life.
Essentially, this means taking the time to look at what is filling up our day-to-day (such as relationships, career, hobbies, habits, objects..) chose what is important and then remove the nonessential.
But that is just part of the process! Now, as we are able to breathe and clearly see the lay of the land, we can start to filter in more joy and optimism by welcoming into life amazing people, productive habits and also essential (and hopefully inspiring!) objects.
Do you have questions about how to apply minimalism, on any level, to your life? Post below your thoughts and I will do my best to reply with some suggestions.
I look forward to some great discussions![For more on the topic, click on Minimalism 101. For more articles, click here to view categories on minimalism, organizing, coaching, mindfulness, motivation and exercises to try.]