Inspiring Links (from devotion to happiness)

Change-of-life

(Every week, I  share a series of inspiring links which I think are worth reading. Enjoy this week’s round up!)

  1. Bullet journaling is awesome.
  2. The meaning of true devotion is beautifully illustrated in this parable as the intensity of desire that we need to have.
  3. You could control the breath, and make it behave as you like … or you can simply let yourself breathe.
  4. Feel the feelings, drop the story.
  5. In today’s stressful times, being happy almost seems like a task or a project. Happiness decoded!
  6. What love has brought together let no man bring asunder. Or you could say “what God has joined together let no man bring asunder”. Get rid of the stress and keep the joining together.
  7. Does minimalism make you complacent?
  8. Life is about change. We grow up, move out, learn, grow, develop. We form opinions. We try new things and discard them if they don’t fit.

Love and blessings,

Shaloo

Inspiring links(Blog Marathon Post 30)

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(Every week, I  share a series of inspiring links which I think are worth reading. Enjoy this week’s round up!)

  1. Instead of running from discomfort all the time, learn to pause and bring your mind to the present moment. Try this pause training to lead you to unconventional productivity.
  2. Some great tips : How to Unwind in under five minutes.
  3. Digital clutter is not as troublesome as physical clutter. Still it can be problematic if not organized on a regular basis. Learn more from the minimalists about dealing with digital clutter.
  4. You are not alone if you don’t have it all figured out.
  5. Can you destroy your marriage with love?
  6. Leave footprints of love and kindness with 51 random acts of kindness.
  7. Life’s greatest miracles often comes disguised as hardship.
  8. Gratitude is such a powerful emotion, one that can make your life better in so many ways. Practice gratitude with 40 simple ways.

Love and blessings,

Shaloo

Inspiring links (from decluttering to minimalism)

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(Every week, I  publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy this week’s round up on decluttering & minimalism!)

Sometimes love sunders, and we have to move on. The things we once loved, we may not love forever. I don’t love you anymore.

34 proven ways to keep your home clutterfree

Complaining less shifts our focus to the positive. It allows gratitude to take root. And cheerfulness can be an excellent beautifier. How to complain less?

Try it, you might like it. Maybe one small change could have a larger impact that we imagine.

In our lives immersed in technology, we rarely shut everything off. The time to shut down.

3 decluttering projects you can tackle in 20 minutes or less

Love and blessings,

Shaloo

Inspiring links (from minimalism to happiness)

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(Every week, I  publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy this week’s round up on minimalism & happiness, take a look at your life and make the desired changes!)

What possessions do you own that’ve lost their relevance?  The sound of irrelevance.

Live long and prosper with these 15 small healthy habits

You may be a professional multi-tasker but you can work more efficiently and love more deeply with great focus. Get simple and focus on what matters most.

The way to be is to just accept. Just notice. Just appreciate.

Owning less, intentionality and living your best life possible

Not every day can be the best day of your life, but there are lots of ways to make a bad day better. 10 things you can do to be happier today.

Love and blessings,

Shaloo

Inspiring links (from books to tiny changes)

Reading

(Every week, I  publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy this week’s round up on reading & improving your life everyday!)

Busy has become the default state of our lives.Take intentional steps to becoming unbusy with A helpful guide to becoming unbusy.

A minimalist advice on becoming a minimalist: How to be minimalist in one step.

Paulo Coelho shares his favourite books in 50 books that changed the world

Life is letting go.

Enjoy Undistracted reading.

Compassion makes your connection with others better. Learn to be more compassionate with A guide to practical compassion.

Apply the 365 approach to other areas of your life.

Love and blessings,

Shaloo

Inspiring links (from minimalism to contentment)

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(Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy this week’s round up from minimalism to contentment!)

3 ways to feel good when things seem bad

Joshua Becker writes about how minimalism is less about the things you remove and more about the things you add in his post Minimalism:Addition not subtraction

Create more, Consume less

It can feel good to let go, and by letting go, you are freeing yourself. Letting go of fake needs.

Be great and full and abundance will dawn in your life.

Contentment is more important than happiness. Learn how to go from being unhappy with yourself to being content?  A guide to practical contentment

$100 have been raised so far for my fundraiser $200 for clean water. Help me reach my goal in the next ten days by donating generously for the cause. For more details, visit http://give.water.org/fundraiser/1111/

Love and blessings,

Shaloo

Inspiring links (from minimalism to contentment)

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(Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy this week’s round up from minimalism to contentment!)

Robin Sharma talks about the 51 ways ordinary people can reach world class.

Your choices and actions must improve to raise your contentment levels. 7 reasons you struggle with happiness.

Leo Babauta attributes advertising as one of the biggest reasons people buy so much, and are so discontent with their lives in his post the future of advertising.

 Minimalism-The process is the destination.You decide what’s most important in your life.

You are not your stuff

There is more to eliminate than just physical clutter (stuff) when it comes to living with less and living a happy, meaningful life. Banish doubt.

Love and blessings,

Shaloo