In between goals is a thing called life that needs to be lived and enjoyed.
Feeling overwhelmed by an unexpected situation?
This week was full of unexpected events! Each day seemed to trump the events from the previous day. I certainly did not foresee any of these. At times, it was like an explosion went off and others brought the greatest joy (like that new contract we won at OLAM!). If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably experienced the full spectrum of emotions in one day, too. Yes, it was like a rollercoaster ride!
Here are our top 5 tips to remain strong when experiencing an unexpected situation:
Prepare to downsize
Downsizing has been a common process for seniors. Many seniors found it difficult to maintain their house and garden or struggled getting upstairs. Moving into a retirement home, often only consisting of one room, or a smaller apartment were often the answer. In recent years, more and more younger folks are also downsizing – voluntarily.
After long discussions, we’ll be downsizing this summer, too. Over the last few months, we’ve started the process and are letting go of even more items.
“Minimalism isn’t about removing things you love. It’s more about removing the things that distract you from the things you love.” Joshua Becker
How you can benefit from being organised
Have you every heard of SYSTEM? It’s a wonderful term describing the benefits of being organised. SYSTEM stands for “saving you space, time, energy and money”. Those are 4 benefits you can enjoy when taking the time and yes, also energy to declutter and organise. We’ve collected 5 fantastic and yet unusual benefits of living an organised life:
Maximise your time
Did you ever run out of time? So many projects nearing their deadlines, so many activities scheduled after work. Just how to manage it all? We’ve had one of those weeks several times this year already! With every going on, we know it’s super important to be organised and get stuff done!
We’re excited to share our top 10 tips to master your time and for you to achieve more. Are you ready to see big improvements while making small changes?
The truth is most of us don’t have an organising problem. We have an own-too-much-stuff problem.
I love staying in touch with former clients and business partners. This weekend, I was meeting one of them. Oh boy, I was in for a surprise when she shared her retirement plans!
They are going to drive across…
“Go 24 hours without complaining. Not even once… then watch how your life starts changing.”
Fueled by coffee and kindness.