Staying indoors in your apartment or house is the perfect time to spring clean.
It’s a great day to get rid of the clutter as well as the thoughts in your head that keep you stuck in one place.
Are readers like I am thinking about your priorities in terms of what you want to keep and what you want to toss in your life?
I’ve decided to engage in spring cleaning as a method of rejuvenation and reinvention in this early spring.
What I’ve learned in terms of setting priorities is that you don’t need a lot of stuff weighing you down.
Yes–I can remember having had 22 tubes of lipstick when I was 40. Count them–22 tubes 🙂
Today halfway through my fifties I have only 4 tubes of lipstick.
Living on less money while not at your job is the perfect time to get clear in your head that you won’t spend, spend, spend, as a hobby anymore.
Living through this crisis is the natural segue to making these kinds of changes once you’re on the outside.
I’m getting older. Your priorities can change when you go through menopause. I find that while living indoors I have cooled out with caring about things that don’t matter.
Having 22 tubes of lipstick is the not the kind of life goal to aspire to 🙂
In the coming blog entry I’m going to talk about ways I’ve used to cheer myself up while living through this exceptional time.
These ideas might empower readers too.