I think the plan of having no plans should be quickly adopted by those seeking a slower pace of life,...
Every beginning of the year I read this book of the Bible called Ecclesiastes. It's a simple reminder of where my focus should be. In hindsight, it wasn't difficult to resist minimalism and its benefits, simply because this theme actually is found throughout the Word of God.
A little over a month ago I posted about taking a social media and blog hiatus during the month of December, specifically Instagram since I felt a bit addicted. I must say the results confirm my suspicions.
This December, the last month of the year, take a moment to review your life and recent days. It's a good time to question the things you buy, the things you do, the habits you have, and the people you relate to.
Thankfulness is a state of mind. It should be practiced every day we get to just wake up and take our first breath, because life itself is the most precious gift of all.
With busyness and hurry controlling our lives, we deceive ourselves thinking that tailgating the car in front of us will get us where we need to be faster, but it won't. Remember: if you hit that car, you're automatically at fault; at least in Florida you are.
Stress levels have actually been on the rise, which says a lot about our quality of life. I say we minimize the status quo living once and for all. Why not try something a little less conventional, but more gratifying?