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Now, let’s get to today’s blog post:
“Everything in my place has a purpose.” – Hope Marsh.
Instantly, the idea of Purposeful Living sparked in my head. Although I don’t practice minimalism, I do practice mindfulness and affirmations. For the past two years, I have made it my mission to let go of the clutter, anxieties, trauma, and rigid thoughts I had living in my head.
Minimalism is about living with less and making room for things that matter. Just like things we don’t need in our house (china plates), we also don’t need the clutter in our minds. Clutter takes up space for the things that truly matter.
This past summer, my mind began to clear. I let go of people, emotions, and things that no longer served a purpose in my life. That included leaving my job, eating healthier, exciting romantic relationships, and living like I wanted to be on this earth, including letting go of my ego.
The fitness industry has played a pivotal role in my mental health and stability. Fitness has always been my passion, so I dropped my job so I could begin my true destiny.
I remember working at the job I hated: every Sunday night, I would dread going to bed because I knew what awaited me in the morning. My job stressed me out. My anxiety took over my decision making and the boredom killed me! I didn’t want to live like that anymore. I wanted to live intentionally.
For the next few months or so, I want to dedicate this Monday and future Mondays to Purposeful Living. Maybe, you are in a dead-end job and want to find a career. Or, perhaps you are ready to end a stagnant relationship with a lover or a friend. Whatever it is, I want you to find this blog series useful. Start today with letting one thing go.
Enjoy your day,