Mission 52: How To Live a Simpler Life


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52 Organizing Missions

Wow – we’ve reached Organizing Mission 52! Can you believe it?

If you’ve been following along with the missions week by week, you’ll have made enormous changes to your home, productivity and life. You’ll have simplified, decluttered andorganized many, many areas. Awesome!

In this mission, we’re going to set some resolutions to help maintain the gains we’ve achieved, using my 3-Cubed Formula.

If you want to hold on to your simplified, decluttered and organized home, work and life, then read on!

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2 thoughts on “Mission 52: How To Live a Simpler Life

  1. [email protected] says:

    Positive Statements: Try to limit computer time to Morning and Late Afternoon exception if you are in the working world you have to complete your assignments on the computer. Try to go to bed each night at the same time and get up at the same time every morning. General rule is 8 hours per night. Pick two favorite TV Series weekly and two movies per week.
    Our resolutions are as follows: I only shop when I need something
    Only purchase bargain items on sale if I use the product
    Whenever I buy something new, I donate or discard something old – donate the old clean clothes
    I include cleaning up as part of the task
    I respect my home’s boundaries and only buy/keep what I can neatly store
    Every time I feel clutter accumulating I fill a trash bag,
    We have completed the 52 Missions has said it was good for personal growth; organizing your life; learning how to manage money and learning our finances. Learning the shelf life of products and always discarding expired food, medications and products.

    • Kylie Browne says:

      These are great, and set boundaries that most people can follow or tweak to suit their lifestyle.
      Thanks to the group, we appreciate everyone sharing their experiences, tips and advice during this program.
      We’re glad you are more organized and happy because of it and hope you continue to feel happy and productive each and every day.
      All the best to you all.
      Kylie & Michele

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