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Make It Simple

Stunningly less needy

A menu photo eliminated need to hold a physical menu. The line was so short I didn’t have time to pull up the app to get the menu there.

Stunningly less needy.

When you look around at your personal belongings, are you stunned by how little you need?

The freedom from the weight of possessions is a joy you only know when you have only what you need.

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Are You?

Guard your shedding

Pelicans in tree with moon
Saw the moon. Saw the Pelicans. Wondered if a photo like this was possible. Without going out of my way, it was.

 

Guard your shedding.

Shed like you mean it.

And guard your ability to say goodbye to things that take up physical, spiritual, and emotional space.

In the photo above, i shed any hope of this photo as we walked along the beach. The moon and pelicans seemed miles apart from our angle.

As we walked back to our room, it just happened – i let go and then it found me.

 

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Lists Tips Hints Tactics

Shed and donate your unused stuff

Trunk full of Goodwill donations
Trunk full of Goodwill donations, in the 1990 Camry – a car that’s driven infrequently. The trunk acted as a storage closet for the past month or so.

 

2,000 Music Compact Discs.
2,000 Music Compact Discs.

 

Nice men's ties donated
A dozen ties.

 

Dress pants Goodwill donations
Dress pants, some with price tag still on.

 

Goodwill receipt
Receipt, December 11, 2017.

 

Shed.

Let go.

Make it a habit.

Watch yourself soar in your freedom.

Freedom from the weight of things you’ll never use.

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Big City Stuff

Shed

First Principles Thinking
First Principles Thinking screen shot. “Read ’em and weep”. Or, read ’em and rejoice.

 

 

Shed.

You don’t have to be a big-city genius to know that life comes down to a few basics.

Everything we have, do, yearn for, and are afraid to let go of holds us back from feeling completely alive.

Sure, life is hard.

Why make it harder?

Shed.

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Houston we have a (hq) problem

Westin Element Hotel room

 

(photo: Simple and stark furnishings. The bear was brought from home by the Guest)

Houston, we have a problem letting go of all the stuff we will never need again.

Becoming great at shedding is like hitting the lottery.

Not being able to comprehend this is a signal to buy a few lottery tickets?

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