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Green Changemakers ran a very concise article on the “14 Benefits Of Simplicity That Lead To A Good Life”. It’s a good read, with valid points.
For those not willing to go on their own, there is yet another planning method over at D*I*Y Planner called “The Middle Way Method” (see “Introduction to the Middle Way Method”). It looks like a combination of Covey and GTD and seems very structured. If this is your thing, check it out.
Feng Shui is one of those things I just have never grasped, but I can understand the basics presented over at Stepcase Lifehack in “Create a Stress-Free Home: An Introduction to Feng Shui”. “Our environment is a reflection of our lives, either good or bad, because we are connected with them.” So it makes sense to clear the clutter.
Frugal Village has a list of folk sayings with explanations. My parents were very frugal, and I have heard all of these sayings before. Even if you are not looking at becoming frugal, these words of wisdom have something to say. “Remember words of wisdom”
Simple Mom has an article on “6 Tips for Getting Organized this Year”. The one that jumped out at me is “Don’t wait for perfection”. Waiting until you have money to buy supplies is just another way of procrastinating.
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