It’s been an incredibly abundant, wonderful first three months of the year. I’ve seen my clients’ eyes light up with wonder, knowing, and understanding more times than I can count.
Together, we’ve solved their problems related to time, clutter, systems, processes, delegation, and workflow.
I’ve seen the relief on their faces. I’ve received their hugs and thanks with so much gratitude I thought my heart would burst open with joy.
It’s a wonderful life.
I’m tired of sitting in front of the computer. Of keeping up with social media. Tired of trying to keep my inbox at a sane 25 messages. I’m tired of fiddling with flowcharts. I’m tired of making checklists look pretty and user-friendly all at the same time.
So, I’m taking a break.
It’s a short one. Just 24 hours.
And I’m putting the “unplugged” time to good use (see the P.S. below).
And I invite you…DARE you…to join me.
See, I read there’s National Day of Unplugging. It was officially last weekend, but that doesn’t matter. What matters is I’m going to do it. Starting tonight.
The deal is to unplug from technology and digital devices for a fully blissful 24 hours. No email, no cell phone, no TV, no radio, no computer, no texting.
Bliss. Fully. Silent.
Sign me UP.
How about you? Will you join me?
P.S. During my very own National Day of Unplugging, you know I’m going to do? I’m getting rid of HALF of my belongings. I’m calling it The Great Purge. That’s my goal. Half my clothes, half my books, half my stuff. Gone (or at least boxed and ready for a garage sale, eBay, or Craigslist). I am simplifying my life in a big, huge way.
P.P.S. Nelson and I are making plans to simplify our lives in other big ways soon, and this is the way I can start right now. If less technology and less clutter equal less noise…and if less noise leads to more peacefulness…I’m looking forward to a very restful weekend indeed.
P.P.P.S. Will you join me – for the National Day of Unplugging or for The Great Purge? How about both? I dare you!