“Abundance is a process of letting go; that which is empty can receive.” – Bryant H. McGill
Have you ever heard the saying, “less is more?” Did you know if you decluttered your life, you could actually welcome more abundance? Why? Because you will create more room; more space for better things.
It’s time to get rid of the baggage that you have been carrying around for years and open yourself to bigger, better opportunities that will enhance the quality of your life. It’s time for you to remove the parts of your life that are bringing you down and keeping you from living to the fullest.
Here are five ways to declutter your life to welcome more abundance.
Today’s Sunday Inspiration: Remove the masks you wear and let the world see the beautiful you.
“Just be yourself. Let people see the real, imperfect, flawed, quirky, weird, beautiful, magical, person that you are!.”
– Mandy Hale
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About Alex Blackwell
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“‘Have fun’ is my message. Be silly. You’re allowed to be silly. There’s nothing wrong with it.” – Jimmy Fallon
Like most, you want the most out of life and having fun isn’t high on your to-do list. But somewhere deep inside you are aching to play – to play like a child and not have a care in the world. But how can you make time for fun when you are so busy?
Luckily the answer may be easier than you think.
Rather than gauge your level of fun by how many expensive toys you have or the number of zumba classes you do, how about just allowing a little time to kick back and free your mind of what’s complicated to squeeze in some simple fun.
For instance –
“I’m a person who gets better with practice. Getting older is awesome – because you get more practice.” – Zooey Deschanel
If you’re like most people, you may find yourself moaning and groaning after another birthday arrives.
As youth fades away, dwelling on the past and thinking about all the might-have-beens and the wish-I-hadn’t situations can bring you down. Isn’t it strange that when you are young, you can’t wait to get older, but when you are older, you wish you could go back.
Instead of dreading those birthdays, consider embracing them and then opening your mind to all of the wonderful things that come with getting older. Here are five wonderful things about getting older that you can and should celebrate.