Spring into Spring!

In living the simply good life, align your true nature with Mother Nature and live in harmony with the environment and cycle of seasons! With Spring now here, boing, boing, boinggg! Leap freely into the life energy of the sweet new young bud growing on an old tree. Let past inhibitions that kept you rutted in rotted roots diminish. Release old thought patterns and actions that block your path to living simply with renewed vitality. As days get longer and sun becomes warmer, the world supports all you need to be your extraordinary pure self. Fruits of life are guaranteed to come to fruition when harvest time is here!

Dance your Dance!

Once you’ve adopted the art of singing your song, also known as speaking your truth, dance your dance like it’s the very first time you’re doing it … every time! Notice your heightened natural energy with like minds and marvel over your chorus with others. In Living the Simply Good Life, past pains and old habits of giving overly to others goes to the wayside. Including your precious wellness in the dynamic, purity comes to life in a simply beautiful and nourishing way!

One Stop!

Living the simply good life embraces simplicity at its best. One stop shopping versus multiple stop shopping is another level of simple living that can nourish your life in powerful ways. Make one stop shopping your new way of getting all the basics you need. Choose one store close by instead of spending a large amount of time travelling to numerous specialty shops across town. As you incorporate this new way of living, the busyness of daily activities is greatly eased, opening you up for more free time to do what deeply satisfies you most! 

To make this your new reality, let go of old habits such as being a fuss budget, bargain hunter or eternal browser. Focus on being most efficient by creating one simple, direct, easy process. For example, shift from daily or weekly visits to grocery stores to one visit every 3 weeks or so. Create a list of basics needed and organize them according to store layout. Keep this list easily accessible so that you and other family members are always able to find it. The final tip is to buy in bulk to minimize trips! By incorporating all these vital steps, the simply good life will be your new way of living and being!

Sing Your Song!

One of the most important aspects of the human journey is to ensure harmony in all relationships. Imagine dancing with others and the world around you, exuding great vim and vigour, joy, delight, and zest! Your natural vitality is alive and thriving with heightened energy from the inside out! This is where authentic expression and the gift of speaking your truth exists. This is where your song emerges! Deep within every human is an ever present yearning for freedom in life, free from entanglements, estranged relationships and limitations.

Gift yourself the right to express inner truths and let go of what no longer supports your natural vitality. Whether it be with a family member, partner or work colleague, allow yourself time and space to reflect on your experiences and then step fully into the realm of unconditional love for self. Envision the child within you feeling 100% loved from the inside out! Observe what arises and commit to setting healthy boundaries if needed, where you can be all you are meant to be and others are free to be all they are meant to be as well. We each have a unique song to sing … let your melody come forth for the world to hear it and relish in your deeply nourished true nature!

Inner Simplicity

Weeding out excessive material accumulations is essential for creating the simply good life. Another vital practice is reducing old habits that no longer serve you well. Think about all the things you have been habitually doing for years that overly consume your days. As a result, there is never enough time to fulfill your deepest desires within.   

There are many external attractions in our world. Some common examples include being fixated on technology, media, advertisements, family dramas, foods, shopping excursions, and endless entertainment. Ask yourself what overly consumes your days. It may be something as simple as engaging in too many text messages or phone conversations. It may be watching too many tv shows or videos, or engaging in too much family drama. 

Make a list of all the activities that inhibit the simply good life. Post this list somewhere that’s easily visible so it will be a regular reminder of this important step. Now choose one habit you will start releasing this month. For me, it is reducing the number of books I am reading. On this new day today, I start afresh with more time to live the simply good life. I commit to mindfully freeing myself from these old attachment and revel in the wholeness of the simply good life!