Voluntary Simplicity

Voluntary Simplicity is a way of life that is full and rich, rather than austere. Everything in your life requires your energy, either in the getting of it in the first place, or maintaining it.  What are you spending your valuable energy on?

Making a conscious choice to live with less stuff opens the way to freedom and a more peaceful environment, a calmer mind, a more peaceful way of living.

To live a minimalist life is not the life of an ascetic or one stricken by poverty. It is the development of a mindful life.

The sage advice of William Morris is as relevant today as when he coined the axiom ''Have nothing in your home which you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful''. 

Learning to detach can take time. I have moved so many times in my life that learning to let go has become second nature. Voluntary Simplicity has become my byword; it is basically the embodiment of the fifth Yama of Yogic philosophy: Aparigraha, or non-hoarding!  Hoarding can take many forms, the physical is an obvious one, but you can also hold onto ideas and relationships long after you should.

Let me help you to clear the clutter and help you to find clarity and focus in your life.  See how living with less can let you live more! 

Are you ready to make space?