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30 Cut back on consumerism.

I think of P.T. Barnum, “There’s a sucker born every minute.” Simplicity is powerful. Eliminating fast food and processed food, you will feel less chaos in your life. Because instead of looking to something else to fill a void, you are simply looking to yourself. There are lots of products out there—thousands of them alone… Continue reading 30 Cut back on consumerism.

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3 Create meaningful holidays

The holidays are an overwhelming time whether we have a tight budget or have enough to freely spend on others. Pressure, tension and frenzy all lead to exhaustion and eventually a burst if emotion. Overspending and acquiring debt that created excess material stuff in our homes that will soon be forgotten. Instead of all the… Continue reading 3 Create meaningful holidays

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Take A Look In The Mirror

We have to learn to be more self-reliant. It is so, so important that this is a priority. In our daily lives living well means living well simply. Getting rid of complicated products and learning simple tasks. I am not talking about ridding processed food or ready-made things from our lives altogether; I am simply… Continue reading Take A Look In The Mirror