KEEP CALM and KEEP IT SIMPLE
- Ditch the people, things, job, lifestyle that don’t serve you. You may not be able to ditch them overnight, but resolve to get rid of them – soon. Life’s way too short to be surrounded by negative energy (it’s bad for your health).
- Stop watching the news (or at least watch it less). Why waste your time (life hours) soaking up the government’s/world’s problems which – in most cases – you can’t do much about.
- Want to attract new things (or people)? Create a vacuum. By hanging on to the old (boyfriend/job/lifestyle) you’re blocking the way for better opportunities.
- Tame the email dragon – try simplicity coach Simon Tyler’s tips.
- Do what feels right for you and be your true self. Best done from a calm, centred place (not in the midst of a drama). You are you, they’re “them”. We’re the same…but different. If advice sounds wrong to your intuition, it (probably) is.
- Don’t fret about the small stuff. So, the car’s scratched, the bus is late, the shop didn’t have your colour, you’ve put on a pound, the restaurant doesn’t have the wine you like, your lemon souffle turned out like s–t. Get over it. Because if you have a roof over your head, clothes to wear, food to eat, friends and family who love you, enough money coming in, you’re doing better than most of the world’s population.