Angel Cards – Simplicity


I wish I had more of simplicity in my life.  Sometimes I feel everything is a struggle from figuring out how to download or format items for the blog, trying to find an entry way closet door, feeling more balanced at work and just dealing with life in general and “what ifs”.   But maybe the problem isn’t these struggles but how I am perceiving them or going about living them.

Even looking at some of these issues as struggles is putting more weight on them then they deserve.  I don’t need an entry way closet door ASAP.  It is a want not a need.  So just enjoy the hunt.  Look at figuring out programs as an opportunity to learn not as a struggle.  Try and eliminate “what ifs” before they become regrets.  Simplicity.

I think part of simplicity can be found in our attitude towards what is going on in our lives.  Are we putting too much pressure on ourselves to be perfect, have it all now or getting frustrated when things don’t work out the first time.   Maybe simplicity is taking a breath, standing back and just changing our attitude and/or how important is this in the long run.  Is getting upset worth it?  No.  Simplicity for me is just slowing down and putting things in focus.  Don’t over think where or what you’re doing just take a breath.  Simplicity can be realizing what is important and what to let go of.  How can I get into a better frame of mind and simplify my life.  What do I want to truly focus on.

I would love to hear what simplicity means to you.  If you are interested check out under Categories my other Angel Card words I have been exploring.

You can always start now!



7 thoughts on “Angel Cards – Simplicity

  1. Anindya says:

    Simplicity according to me is just staying put and take life head on, be tall, straight and honest, no matter what, accept life as it is and and enjoy each moment, in ease and difficulty both…..


  2. Unbound Roots says:

    More great words, Amelia, and wonderful advice! Simplicity, to me, is getting rid of clutter (in physical form and to-do form) in our lives. I like having a comfortable home that is clear of stuff that is needed or makes the home feel cluttered. I also love my free-time. So, I’ve learned to say “no” to things I just don’t care about doing to make more time for family, gardening, painting and writing, and enjoying our big deck on the back of the house that overlooks a natural woodland. Great post!


    • You Can Always Start Now says:

      I like to declutter also and seem to always have bag going to goodwill on the floor. Yes to saying no to things and being okay with that. I will picture you on your big deck overlooking a natural woodland. Trees are one of my favorite things. To creating the life we want and yeah simplicity so comes into that!

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