By Maureen DeGarmo
I just finished watching Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.
In this film, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus tell the story of how they simplified their lives and how that process affected them. Sharing the film around the country brings their message to a great number of people who want to reduce their footprint and live more simply.
Living with a Traumatic Illness causes widespread changes: working, relationships, family dynamics, home upkeep, and how we eat. The longer an illness persists, the more extensive the effects will be. What if simplifying our lives could help us manage our illness?
Here are some ideas for simplifying life, straight from the Minimalism documentary: Continue reading