Declutter Yourself for Immense Happiness

“The secret of happiness, you see, is not found in seeking more, but in developing the capacity to enjoy less.” -Socrates

I have to admit- I love decluttering. Its officially my favorite chore of all the chores life has to offer. It doesn’t mean I don’t love other areas of my life, but it simply means, decluttering(which I often call “refreshing”) makes way for so much more. Out with the old and In with the New always makes me happy.

A while back I wrote about simplicity and shared how simplicity is what led me to becoming more spiritual. Decluttering is essentially the main ingredient in the simplifying recipe, be it for spiritual growth or core immense happiness. Continue reading “Declutter Yourself for Immense Happiness”

The Acquisition Trap:Less is More

Think of a person who associates the acquisition of jewelry with pleasure. She loves it all – rings, necklaces, and bracelets. She has a large jewelry collection, but she never seems to wear much of it. Many of it is crammed into the back of her closet drawers or stuffed into cloth/silk baggies and lost in the bottom of her closet, where they’ll probably never see the light of day again. Continue reading “The Acquisition Trap:Less is More”