Welcome to a new edition of the Midway Simplicity Tips of The Week.
- “He who will not economize will have to agonize.” – Confucius
- Only have what you need AND what you love.
- Be one of those generous souls who love to share.
- “Saving a little of the past is fine but life has a way of twisting and changing and the less stuff you have blocking your way the freer you are to live in the now and explore the possibilities of the future.” – Colleen Madsen, 365 Less Things – Out of sight out of mind
- Everything you own has a lifetime. If you will absolutely have to replace an old item, start saving for the new replacement right now. For example, save for your next car starting now.
- “Growth is not a result of choosing ‘more’ for our lives, but choosing ‘better.’” – Joshua Becker, Becoming Minimalist – Not More, Better
- “Fighting about decluttering is just as damaging as fighting about clutter.” – Courtney Carver, Be More With Less – The Truth about Simplicity
- Simplicity is not about suffering, it is all about searching for what is most important.
- Every time you let go of something, you create room for better experiences.
- When you stop living a meaningful life, fulfillment comes to an end.
What is your favorite tip of the week?
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My friend Tammy Strobel, bestselling author of ‘You Can Buy Happiness’ is starting her writing class next week. I highly recommend that you check it out, if you’re into writing or blogging.