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Ethic and fun brought together.
How I’m grateful that I’ve found myself on the way of minimalism!
Having a limited number of possessions lets me be free, have time. I’m responsible: my home is clean, my children are full and healthy.
And to so many things, opinions and situations I can have the attitude: I don’t care!
I don’t have to clean a microwave because I don’t have one.
I don’t have to plan ironing because I choose clothes in a way that I don’t have to iron.
I don’t care if I would need to leave our current apartment or city.
Recently I’ve realized that I’m not connected to… materiality. Wow! In some way materiality doesn’t attract me. On one hand it sound religious, on the other hand, it lets me be free, play and have fun.
I don’t care about many things, situations, duties that put other people into everyday jails. I don’t care about objects and tasks I’ve given up.
Do you also want to feel so good? How to do it? How to start?
Let go of unneccessities. Let go of items you don’t like and you don’t use. Let go of relationships making you stressed and exhausted. Let go of goals that aren’t your goals. Let go of social schemes in everyday routines as well as in big life decisions. Let go of problems that aren’t your problems and it’s surely when you don’t have influence on the bad situation (politics, taxes, weather, accidents, natural disasters – they just happen).blog | archives | about | follow | Parenting Resources Bundle [limited time]
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