Minimalist living in essence means focused living, and focused living means making the most out of each and every moment.
In the day and age of Instagram, so many people are having terrific self-esteem issues.Was checking your email the first thing you did this morning?Or was it perhaps scrolling through your social media feed? This is practical information for those in recovery, their families, or anyone who wants to learn more. How many times have we found ourselves doing the same things over and over again, expecting different results? Div., lead a discussion every week on topics important to the recovery community with guests who are in recovery themselves or who work with recovering people. Tuesday, July 10, 2018Don’t Stop Before the Miracle!Check your emails up to two times a day, filter and process them immediately, and clear out your inbox.Spend as less time on social media as possible (I’d recommend not more than an hour per day).Most people’s living space is cluttered with myriads of things they never use and which don’t contribute to their well-being.On the contrary, those objects are only standing in their way, distracting their attention and preventing them from finding calm, clarity and focus. Ten Sure-Fire Ways To Live A Stressful Life However, the reality is that once we have enough to satisfy our basic human needs, products can’t improve our well-being in any way.That means you need to stop comparing yourself to others and embrace yourself for who you are, with all your flaws and imperfections.Only then will you be able to make peace with yourself, focus on what’s truly important and feel grateful for the amazing gift of life.