Last weekend, I was hiking at Point Magu in Malibu. As we made our way along the trail I kept seeing burned plants. It is hard to miss black branches and dead cacti. But when I looked a little closer, each plant was also growing. Sometimes nature needs to destroy before it can create.
This lesson jumped out at me because I've been going through the same transition! Lately I have been getting rid of things that just aren't working for me anymore. It's both fun and challenging to focus on creating more of what I do want in my life.
One thing that sparked this round of re-focusing for me is a very popular book. Have you ever heard about a book or a movie so much that you just had to check it out? About a month ago I started reading one of those books- "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" by Marie Kondo (on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1TyCsNm).
A major change I have noticed is that now when I look at my closet, I don't waste time or mental energy saying "no, no, no," or thinking negative thoughts about clothes I don't like. Now I only see "yes" clothes and fun ways to put it all together. A much better and refreshing way to start the day!
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What new habit or project will grow in the new space?
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