Here we explore ways to Simplify our Lives and Find Greater Pleasure in all that we do.
It’s much easier to live a heart centered life,
when our lives have a little breathing space in them.
Let’s explore this.
Identifying where the clutter is in our lives is a good place to start.
More on that to come.
Clutter increases our stress.
According to a study in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin,
people with cluttered homes full of unfinished projects
were more depressed, fatigued,
and had higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol
than those who described their homes as “restful” and “restorative.”
May 4, 2017
How does the idea of a “restful” and “restorative” home sound to you?
Does your home help to nourish you? In what ways?
This section will expand over time.
As I share my journey in lightening up my life.
And also researching what people are really yearning for.
What’s working and not working in people’s lives.
What Happened When I Told Marie Kondo I Have a Better, Higher-Tech Method of Tidying Up
How to clean in an era of abundant cloud storage
and software that does the organizing for you.
Geoffrey A. Fowler
Sub Topics Being Explored on Individual Pages