1-A work/life balance?
A work/life balance varies from person to person. Everyone’s priorities change depending on a range of factors. For example, age can make your balance very different. If you’re in your twenties or thirties, you may have strong commitments to building a family life whilst, at the same time, focus on growing your career. If you’re in your fifties and sixties, your focus may be on more personally meaningful activities, which may not have been present earlier in life.
Whatever you do to establish your work/life balance, it’s vital to create it and keep to it whenever possible. We work to have more, we work more to have un-necessary things, also a false ego satisfaction. Result: We do not have time….
Minimalism is a tool that can assist you in finding freedom. Freedom from fear. Freedom from worry. Freedom from overwhelm. Freedom from guilt. Freedom from depression. Freedom from the trappings of the consumer culture we’ve built our lives around. Real freedom. (http://www.theminimalists.com/minimalism/)
Declutter at Least One Item a Day. Decluttering does not have to be loud crazy activity that disrupts your entire household. Over the last months, my home has become quite minimalist by simply choosing one item a day to declutter. This gradual process began to change the way I think about stuff. Eventually, it became a way of life rather than just a crash diet of stuff.
Say NO when you do not like to do what it has been asked. Say no to consume so much, we need very little to be happy:
NO TO THE MEAT /Eat vegetarian– or better yet: VEGAN! Remember to buy locally sourced food when possible.
NO TO THE CHEMICALS/ Pesticide and GMO free— better for you and the planet.
NO TO BIG AND FAMOUS BRANDS/ Shop at local farmer’s markets or start a garden: grow some of your own food!
NO TO FAST FOOD/ Use a pressure cooker, especially for beans and grains.
4-Use dance to de-stress