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Living simply has a lot to do with giving yourself permission to say “no”. It means freeing ourselves from commitments and obligations that complicate life or interfere with what we really want to do. Identify one or two things or events that burden you and simply let it go…

By wanting – and sometimes, doing – less, we create more space for the things that really matter.

Fourth “recipe” -Work no more than 30 minutes from home. Preserve your energy and money for more rewarding life experiences.

Living simply has a lot to do with giving yourself permission to say “no”. It means freeing ourselves from commitments and obligations that complicate life or interfere with what we really want to do. Identify one or two things or events that burden you and simply let it go…

By wanting – and sometimes, doing – less, we create more space for the things that really matter.

Third “recipe” – Seek to limit your work outside of the home to 30 hours a week, 20 if you are a parent. To live a balanced life, we need ¬†downtime to daydream, relax, prepare a leisurely meal or take a walk. Surrounding activities with empty spaces whenever possible makes actions more productive and meaningful.

Living simply has a lot to do with giving yourself permission to say “no”. It means freeing ourselves from commitments and obligations that complicate life or interfere with what we really want to do. Identify one or two things or events that burden you and simply let it go…

By wanting – and sometimes, doing – less, we create more space for the things that really matter.

Second recipe – Live in a home with a cozy environment that you or someone in your family uses every day. It can be more satisfying than living in a museum designed to impress others. Spending time and money to maintain a home that is larger than you need diverts these resources from more fulfilling endeavors.

Living simply has a lot to do with giving yourself permission to say “no”. It means freeing ourselves from commitments and obligations that complicate life or interfere with what we really want to do. Identify one or two things or events that burden you and simply let it go…

By wanting – and sometimes, doing – less, we create more space for the things that really matter.

First recipe – Don’t bring any material thing into your home unless your absolutely love it and want to keep it until it is beyond repair. Too much stuff is suffocating us. Purchasing, maintaining, insuring, storing and eventually disposing of our stuff sucks up our precious life energy.

I conducted a workshop the other day in Connecticut. The topic was getting to know yourself better and the participants worked on answering the question – “If you could do anything now, with the life you have in front of you, what would it be?” by participating in some fun and eye opening self assessment exercises ūüôā

A great evening with 10 enthusiastic women who, for one evening at least, got to focus entirely on themselves and in the process got a glimpse of what a Professional Life Coach can do to help, support, guide and motivate you to reach the goals you set up to achieve! Find out more how you may benefit from using a Life Coach – visit my website CoachLars.com

“Sometimes in your life you will go on a journey. It will be the longest journey you have ever taken. It is the journey to find yourself.” – Katherine Sharp

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