One of the side effects of the current situation—maybe even a silver lining—is that it begs us to step back and re-evaluate many of our choices.
Spring cleaning isn’t a bad metaphor—could this be a good time to question whether you need all the things you have?
Jonathan and I talk about reframing your ideas and routines, cutting some anchors that aren’t serving you and how to let go—emotionally and intellectually—to make the space for what you really want to do.
“When it really came down to it and I’m staring at four 7-foot trophies—do I really want these in the house?” –JS
“How much better is it to do it not when your money changes, but when you change?” –RM
“I generally prefer when I’m less anchored down.” –JS
“It’s the idea that you can do things differently and that is good.” –RM