It’s amazing how the busyness of life creeps up on us. Before we know it we are dashing from job, to home, to sport practices, PTO meetings, the grocery store, gobbling down dinner and praying that nothing really important falls through the cracks. Deadlines loom and bills need to be paid.
Life is busy and life is full. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, except when it becomes a bad thing. All of a sudden we realize how tired we are and we find ourselves praying that our kids soccer season (that just started) would somehow be over already.
We feel overwhelmed with it all and yet we have no earthly idea how to get off the hamster wheel that seemed to magically appear under our feet.
Many of us dream of a simpler life. We think “Man, if I could just slow this whole thing down.” If I could just get a few days off.” “If I could just get my house under control.” If I could just…..
And yet many folks carry around this belief that simplifying life is just not possible for them. If it was, then it would have happened by now right?
The rest of this post is being featured today over on Project Gap Year. Summer and her family are getting ready to embark on an amazing journey with their family and have been chronicling their journey as they have prepared to head out. Their goal has been to get rid of 80% of their stuff, sell their home and travel for the next year as a family. I have so enjoyed reading about their journey and following along on their Facebook page. You can too just by clicking the links in this post or you can also follow their year long journey by signing up on their blog page. I did, and I am excited to follow along virtually as they experience the world around them.
Keeping it Simple,
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