Stop trying to organize all of your stuff. If cookie-cutter decluttering tips worked for you, you'd have rocked it by now. It's time to purposefully unclutter your home, fixed mindsets, and limiting beliefs. Let's de-crapify your world to make space for a simple and slow life.
Becoming UnBusy: Living Slow + Simple
You’ve been ready for a reset for a while now, but overwhelm has kept you stuck in place. Here are a few resources to inspire you to take your first step toward slow living and intentional life.
If it feels like you're constantly crazy-busy and you can never catch up — you might be neurobusy.
"Many women aren't aware they are neurobusy — they just feel stuck in constant overwhelm."
— ZINA HARRINGTON
Opt-Out Of Overwhelm
Overwhelm might tell you a simple and slow life is impossible. Overwhelm is a liar.
"You don’t have to solve your whole life overnight. And you don’t have to feel ashamed for being where you are. All you have to focus on is one small thing you can do today to get closer to where you want to be. Slowly and lightly, one step at a time. You can get there."
— DANIELL KOEPKE
Slow Living Movement
Take one step at a time, intentionally and purposefully, and begin slowly living. Below are excellent resources from our slow living movement community.
HUSTLE. ALIGN. Destroy the idea that you have to be constantly working or grinding in order to be successful. Embrace the concept that rest, recovery, and reflection are essential parts of the progress toward a successful and ultimately happy life. — AUTHOR UNKNOWN
Stay inspired on your simple living journey with daily morning life quotes.
Living Slowly: Recent Resources
Don't miss our most recent simple living resources on decluttering, minimalism, and more!
- How To Get Over FOMO
- JOMO (Noun): Joy Of Missing Out
- 8 Gentle Signs That You're Becoming Unbusy
- What Does FOMO Mean?
- Embrace Slow Living During These Short, Dark Days of Winter
- Why This Should Be a Month of Rest, Not Resolutions
- The World Is Wintering & You Should Be Too
- JOMO: 35 Things To Abandon For A Happy Holiday Season