Whether you’re depressed, anxious, or just feeling low, taking care of yourself can often be the last thing you want to do. However, self care is so important, and if you let it slide you could actually end up feeling even worse in the long run.
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From time to time, we have to assess our attitude toward our possessions and if it’s truly worth getting in so much debt over. Our lives are so expensive, but we can find ourselves easily overwhelmed by credit card debt, loans, and ultimately, defaulting on our bill payments.
Facing a personal financial crisis can be scary. Even if you have savings to help you out, you start to wonder just how long they’re going to last you. Whether you have high and unexpected expenses or you’ve lost your job, you need to find ways to survive until you’re able to get things back to normal.
“Less is best” has become my motto for my faith, use of time, priorities and spending habits. And yet, I am beginning to learn that there is so much more to this mindset than just ‘having less.’
My attitude is now focusing on adding value, on being intentional and knowing my personal goals above all else. This idea of simplifying goes into all aspects of my life - relationships, time management, faith, money, being balanced, careers, everything is covered by it. The truth is, I have found minimalism to be a freeing mindset. I am truly enjoying the process of becoming more by becoming less.