Peaceful Living

So, peace is something that we’re all pursing, isn’t it? Peace of mind, peaceful moments, being at peace in hard times: we want all of that, and who wouldn’t? One of the main reasons that I started this blog was to discover new ways to achieve peaceful living. The other reason was to be able to share those things with all of you!

You’ve probably noticed by now that I find peace in things like my faith, crafting and DIY, and yummy food. But I realize that we’re all different, and some or most of those things may not be leading you toward peaceful living. So I’ve made something that will!

How to Bring More Peace into Your Life

We all find joy and peace in different things. Obviously. But I’ve created something that will help you to be more joyful, less stressed, and (of course) to get you on track toward peaceful living. There are so many things in a day that distract us, make us discontent, stress us out, and leave us feeling empty. But don’t worry! I’ve got you covered.

Peaceful living starts with the decision to make changes. After choosing to make peaceful living a priority, all you need is about 10 minutes a day for two weeks to get the ball rolling. Oh, and this:

This is a guide that I’ve created to help you guys (and myself) to get back on track when life is crazy and peace is nowhere to be found. There is a daily task to complete for two weeks, and tasks are intended to help you slow down, remind you of what is really important to you, and to cherish the life you’ve been given.

Sneak Peek:

Some of the pages:

Guide to Peaceful Living | alittlepeaceofhome.com    Guide to Peaceful Living | alittlepeaceofhome.com

Some of the tasks:

Day 6: Notice 3 little things that bring you joy. Maybe the sunset, or a stack of clean dishes, or a good cup of coffee. Make it a point to notice the little things today, and allow them to bring you joy.

Day 10: Narrow your daily to-do list to 3-4 important items. When life gets busy, it’s easy to cram 10-12 things on your daily to-do list, only to be disappointed when it doesn’t all get done. Think about all you were planning to do today, and pick your top 3-4 priorities. Anything else that gets done is a bonus, but focus mainly on these.

How to Get Your Guide to Peaceful Living:

I’ve failed to mention the best part about this whole thing: It’s completely free! All you have to do is subscribe to A Little Peace of Home by entering your name and email address in the form below, and it will be delivered straight to your inbox. Once you have it, you can print it, download it, and save it! So what are you waiting for?

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