Jumping over the idea that "more is better." I bought into this idea for years!!! More money, more experiences, more opportunity, more stuff, more women, more, more, more! As if "more" was the solution. Consumer culture is very good at making us think that more is better when actually the opposite is true. More is not always better. As for me, I've often found myself much happier with less.Here’s a thought… I suffer from this thing phycologists call the "paradox of choice" where 45 different options leave me agonizing over "did I make the right decision? Is there something better?" days, months, years after choosing that ONE thing. It creates up a real sense of commitment Phobia. Give me two options and I’m confident I’ll make the right choice. But with more options, I'm frozen. paralyzed. decision constipation. So… Just as a reminder.In order to find clarity to make the RIGHT choice, sometimes you've gotta strip back the noise, cut the fat and clean house!  Meaning, paying attention to what really matters, letting go of unnecessary, frivolous crap that you don't really care about, and continuously reminding yourself that more is NOT the solution. Clear the clutter and make way for more peace. Oh.And… Simplicity seems… simple. See you on the other side.#rantover

Jumping over the idea that "more is better." I bought into this idea for years!!! More money, more experiences, more opportunity, more stuff, more women, more, more, more! As if "more" was the solution. Consumer culture is very good at making us think that more is better when actually the opposite is true. More is not always better. As for me, I've often found myself much happier with less.Here’s a thought... I suffer from this thing phycologists call the "paradox of choice" where 45 different options leave me agonizing over "did I make the right decision? Is there something better?" days, months, years after choosing that ONE thing. It creates up a real sense of commitment Phobia. Give me two options and I’m confident I’ll make the right choice. But with more options, I'm frozen. paralyzed. decision constipation. So... Just as a reminder.In order to find clarity to make the RIGHT choice, sometimes you've gotta strip back the noise, cut the fat and clean house!  Meaning, paying attention to what really matters, letting go of unnecessary, frivolous crap that you don't really care about, and continuously reminding yourself that more is NOT the solution. Clear the clutter and make way for more peace. Oh.And... Simplicity seems... simple. See you on the other side.#rantover