Looking around I am coming to the conclusion that it seems like simplifying one part of your life is starting chain reactions in other parts of your life.
I started by getting rid of my stuff, continued on to wanting to eat better and grow my own food, and have now started to take care of my body in a way I’ve never been interested in doing before. Yes, you read that right. I have started to work out. The mysterious part isn’t really that I’m working out, I have started and quit before, but rather that I enjoy doing it. Who would’ve ever thought?! I am going to the gym and I’m doing the weight lifting machines, and I think it’s fun! If you’d seen my attitude when I went there day one, you’d probably think I was another person than the one working out three times a week, sweating like a pig……
So I am kind of intrigued – what does this simplifying stuff do to people? I find that I spend less time doing chores and getting spare time on my hands, which I choose to spend on (trying to) getting in shape and feeling better, and that makes my whole family feel better because I have more energy left for them. Crazy stuff!
Does anyone else experience chain reactions like this, or in other areas?