The past decade has taught me a lot about letting go. As a minimalist, I’ve decluttered over 80% of my belongings, and it has been life-changing.
When I was young, I learned that an easy way to protect yourself is to pretend you don’t care—because if you don’t care, nothing can hurt you.
I encourage you to take a long look at the goals you’re striving for. Ask yourself, why am I doing this, and who am I doing this for?
Taking time for yourself is one of the best ways to increase your sense of self-worth, so commit to it on a regular basis.
I’m slowly learning that saying no and setting strong boundaries is better for everyone. I’ve become intentional about what I commit to, and as a result, I bring my best self to the table when I do.
Instead of living in a way that reflects our own hopes, dreams and values, we start following someone else’s playbook.