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On the 12th July 2020, we acknowledge National Simplicity Day - the annual campaign that asks us all the take a step back from our hectic lives and live in the moment.
National Simplicity Day was founded in honour of Henry David Thoreau - who shares the same birthday as the wellbeing event. Thoreau was an author, naturalist, philosopher and historian and was involved in the early transcendentalist movement in the United States.
At its core, transcendentalism is a philosophical belief that by nature, all humans are inherently good. While it’s acknowledged that society and institutions have the ability to corrupt an individual, transcendentalists believe that people are at their best when truly self-reliant and independent.
It may sound like a simple premise, but for some people, taking time out of their busy routine is not a simple task. In the age of social media, smartphones and 24/7 news, there are multiple ways for us to be contacted or distracted at any given time.
Pausing your life for a brief moment and taking a breath can do wonders for your emotional wellbeing. Here, we have listed a few tips on how to observe National Simplicity Day in a way that is meaningful to you:
Living a simpler existence has numerous benefits to your emotional, financial and physical wellbeing. Here are just a few of them:
In summary, National Simplicity Day isn’t about completely changing your life. It’s an opportunity to reflect on what’s important to you and to explore the lifestyle alterations you can make to get the most out of these parts of your life.
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