I think I have come to a plateau. You know, where things stand still for a while and nothing really happens.
I used to be able to fill a box per day to be shipped off on my husband’s days off, but in three weeks now I’ve only gathered stuff to fill one box. I guess I have reached a point where I feel kind of satisfied with how far I have come, but at the same time I am wondering if this is like when I am in one of those phases where I try to lose weight. You think you did good so you start eating unhealthy again even though now is the time to just continue to get the results that you’re striving for. Does that make sense?
Talking about losing weight and eating healthy, is this a minimalist thing to do? I am not asking permission or anything, I am just wondering if wanting to take better care of yourself, is a result of downsizing and living simpler? I am still sticking with my drinks most mornings, but I am finding myself wanting to do more. At the moment it’s just a feeling that I’m not acting on, but I am seriously thinking about acting on it. Is living simpler and having more spare time making me want to do new things?
I feel like I have one thousand different strings of thought going on here, and I apologize if this post is all over the place. What I am asking is this: What do you get rid of when you feel like most of the things you own have a place even though you know that not all of them are necessary for you to live a good life?
I don’t expect anyone to really answer, but If you do have a clue, I’m all ears!