“WITH WISDOM COMES THE DESIRE FOR SIMPLICITY” – BRENDON BURCHARD
Welcome, friends, to The Everyday Simple!
The Everyday Simple emerged from an idea, more a dream, of everyone living a simpler life. A life more fulfilling and quiet. I want to help people to find their rhythm in the busyness of this thing called life. I want to help people learn how to simplify their lives, so that they can actually enjoy the lives they have. I want to break down barriers between simple and beautiful, expensive and affordable. I want to bring people together, solely for the reason that they have an area in their life that they want to change. Simplify. I don’t think any of us will look back in 20 years and say, “Man, I wish I hadn’t lived so simply.” Simple is not to be confused with boring. Simple is just the way in which we go about and attack this adventure called life.
To those who have followed along with by Nicole George, thank you. Thank you for being with me since the beginning. My life has changed so much since I created that space, and have loved growing up there. However, I am so excited to be moving towards other things. Pushing myself and trying things I never even knew I wanted to do. This is still the same Nicole, with the same voice and heart, just a different focus.
In addition to the launch of the blog, I am also offering my e-book A Quick Guide to Simplify Your Life Today for free! It focuses on 7 prominent areas of our lives, and gives applicable ways to take charge and bring simplicity back into them. Things that we practice in our home, and are tried and true. You can access this by either entering your email in the box below, or clicking on the title and following the prompts from there.
I know that we cannot change the world, and there is no way to slow it down, but what we can change is how we choose to live in it. We have the power to choose not to let moments pass us by anymore because we are too busy. We can focus on the things we actually enjoy instead of the things we feel like we “have” to do.
Let’s not let things pass us by anymore.