On this glorious Wishcasting Wednesday, Jamie asks, "What do you for less of?"
I have so many answers to this, but they pretty much all condense down to three things: stress, negativity, clutter.
For me clutter is the easiest of these to reduce. I go through waves of massive declutter several times a year. No matter how much I get rid of, it seems I can find more to clear out soon after.
The stress and negativity are a little harder to tackle. It's other people's negativity that causes a lot of my stress, so those two kind of go together. I'd be fooling myself if I thought I was negativity free, though, so I also have to include myself in that.
Since I can't change other people, the best I can do is try to avoid negativity in myself. Where other people's negativity is concerned, I can make a concerted effort to change the subject or walk away.
As for stress, making quiet time to be alone, even for just 15 minutes each morning and night can make a world of difference. That's why my wish last week was to begin a ritual that would help me do just that.
Jamie sure knows how to pose questions in a meaningful order! What do you wish for less of?
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