Today, I have a few pieces of news share:
We’re opening registration for A Simple Year again from March 5 to March 19, 2018. This is the last time you can join the 2018 program.
—When you register, you’ll have immediate access to the first three modules: clutter, busyness, and digital simplicity. I’m excited to teach the Digital Simplicity Module this month! In the module, I talk about social media and mindfulness, decluttering your digital world, relationships, and more. Register here.
—We will provide a PDF at the end of the year with all the course content and webinar recordings for lifetime access.
—There is a 30-day refund policy.
Let me know if you have any questions!
2. Spring Cleaning
Last weekend was all about spring cleaning. We cleaned our apartment deeply, rearranged the furniture and my office, did our taxes, and we sorted through some of our belongings. Cleaning and organizing our little home felt great! I’m also in the process of doing some serious spring cleaning on the blog (more on that soon).
3. Two Wheels South
I’m obsessed with the Hurry Slowly podcast! This weekend I listened to Jocelyn K. Glei and Matias Corea’s conversation about “his recent project Two Wheels South—a 7-month long motorcycle trip from Brooklyn to Patagonia in which he traveled 19,000 miles through 13 different countries.”
Here’s my favorite quote from the interview:
“To be able to grow, you have to put yourself in a position where you can grow. Sometimes we make decisions based on what we know, and there is very little opportunity for growth and reward if you keep repeating the same situations, environments, work. I think trying to put yourself in positions where you don’t know the answer is what actually helps you push forward and grow as a human.”
The topic of growth has been on my mind for most of the year, and it’s part of the reason I’m going to Paris this summer. Corea’s quote sums up my philosophy perfectly.
Have an amazing week!