In four and a half months, I will be 50-years-old. You would think with almost a half-century of living under my belt that I would have it all together, or at least most of it.
But I don't. And I'm completely okay with that.
Because we are learning and evolving each day. Or at least we should be. If we aren't then it means we are mindlessly moving from one day to the next, and that isn't living. It's existing. When we stop to think that we have one shot at this life, it can be a little daunting, but we always have the choice to make changes and to hit the reset button.
This is why I write Everyday Life Uncluttered. I share experiences and focus on the little things that have added value to my life with the desire that perhaps a nugget or two will resonate with you.
We all experience triumphs, tragedies, peaks, and valleys. So, when people ask me how I define my blog, Everyday Life Uncluttered, this is what I say: it's a blog about everyday living from the voice of an almost-50-year-old. It could be from a book I'm reading, a quote that strikes me, or something that happens throughout my day. I take areas I'm interested in and share what has worked and what have been epic fails.
When we can share what has worked for us and what hasn't, we help each other. So, that's what I do. I write about areas I'm passionate about and am cultivating: health, fitness, productivity, debt, minimalism, professional growth, self-improvement, and positivity.
I want to make sure each day is about learning, growing, reflecting, and loving the day I had. Even the tough days offer immense experiences. We simply need to take the time to appreciate them.
Let's continue to learn and grow together, because it's more fun that way.
I'm a lover of life, an eternal optimist, and I have an intense desire to add value through simple living and positive vibes.