The tendency to live a simpler life with less clutter is taking hold. We declutter our physical spaces with vengeance, but seem to forget that our mental clutter is just as harmful as physical or emotional clutter. When we look at our physical space it is important to zone all
Why is it that you come back from holiday feeling you haven’t had one? Constantly running around picking up after everyone else, trying to get things done that you normally don’t get time to and actually feeling more stressed out than when you go to work on a daily basis?
Unfinished projects do not just take up a lot of physical space contributing to clutter, but also sit in the back of your mind, causing mental clutter and frustration. There is more to it, you feel guilty about the time and money you’ve spent and are disappointed in yourself for
We all love to capture memorable moments in photos. Whether it is to remember a special occasion, a trip, because something is inspirational or beautiful. In this digital age it is so easy to take loads without incurring any costs.
There are stages in life where you’ll need to make a change. Be it after a birth, marriage, death, divorce, empty nest, retirement, relocation or career change. Transition is one of the most difficult processes in life. It is filled with uncertainty, fear and excitement all at the same time.
I still get excited about Christmas and am filled with memories of my childhood. Nostalgia of festively decorated rooms, the smell of freshly baked Christmas cookies, the beautiful decorated Christmas tree and the excitement of seeing friends and family.
In our hectic lives we are constantly searching for ways to simplify life, even though most people have smart phones, only a few are actually using them to capacity. Why is it that we don’t engage and try available apps to work more effectively and increase productivity? Perhaps we are