I’m passionate about the art of subtraction. Living better by subtracting.
There are some fabulous bloggers who write about having less stuff and focusing on fewer tasks.
That’s not my area of expertise. I think about subtracting in terms of the non-physical junk that clutters our lives: the shoulds, the people-pleasing, the settling. I call those things “deep clutter” because their roots run deeper than the clutter on the desk or in the inbox.
Today I am at GoodLife Zen, writing about the Seven Sources of Deep Clutter, including how to clear the ones creating mess and ickiness and overfull-ness in your life. Come visit and check it out.
For new subscribers who got here because you read that post earlier today, first of all: Welcome welcome welcome! There are many of you–thank you GoodLife Zen!
Second, if you liked the Seven Sources of Deep Clutter article, you might also like this little piece about Creating White Space. Aahhh, white space. Oxygen for the soul.
Now, its Friday afternoon. If you promise to go love your life this weekend, I’ll do the same. In?