Marie Kondo’s method of tidying has transformed the way we look at the items within our home. We are now challenged to keep only the items we use regularly, and only the ones that truly spark joy. When I first heard of Marie Kondo’s method of holding each item in your hand, I asked myself how in the world a blender could spark joy? What about a spoon? It sounded downright silly until I did it. Here are five things I learned from the Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
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Marie Kondo has introduced a fascinating way to declutter, and through the use of her Japanese decluttering method, she promises that you will never have to declutter again! Sounds pretty great, right? After being inspired by the Konmari method of decluttering, I’ve created a 15-day challenge to help you pare down your belongings to only those items that spark joy.
The keto diet has become popular in the last couple of years. Although it’s been around for much longer, it popped on the scene in a big way only recently. There is a plethora of routes you can take with the keto diet, and to a beginner, it can seem overwhelming. Being overwhelmed and with all the opinions flying around, you can feel like you’re getting it all wrong. Knowing the basics of the keto diet is beneficial in finding the right direction for yourself—Your unique path may differ from others.
In Sanskrit, “Ayurveda” means “Science of Life.” As the name suggests, Ayurveda is a holistic form of medicine based on the concept that good health is the result of a balance of mind, body, and spirit. To achieve good health, Ayurveda prescribes dietary measures, lifestyle changes, mindset, meditation, and the use of herbs. Hence, we can say that it is more than just a system of medicine; it is also a philosophy — a way of life.