Modern living tends to be complicated for most and downright chaotic for some. It’s easy to allow the sheer numbers of chores, to do lists, job responsibilities, social media, and hobbies become overwhelming.
Which is why I’ve chosen the word ‘simplify’ as one of my power words this year.
‘Simplify’ means to keep reminding myself that I can only do one thing at a time. Worrying about everything else needing to be done accomplishes nothing.
It means, while dozens of different things can fit in each day’s planner square, I can only do what I have time for.
It means choosing tasks that are important first and making progress or finishing them, then moving on.
It means not taking on new projects unless there is reasonable space in my schedule.
It means not obsessing over things that don’t matter and accepting that good and finished is much better than perfect and never done.
It means finding new ways to streamline processes to be more efficient and rewarding.
And finally, it means to make sure I’m doing the simple things to take care of me.
What does the word simplify meant to you in your life? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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Stonebearer’s Betrayal received another amazing review over at Reading for Sanity: A Book Review Blog – go check it out!
Also, my article about my journey from writing hobbyist to author, “Never Settle, Never Give Up,” went live on the Always the Journey blog, run by Jason Woodland.
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