July 12th is National Simplicity Day, commemorating the life and work of author and philosopher, Henry David Thoreau, a proponent of simple living.
In today's complex society, it is important to slow down and stop to appreciate the simple things in life. We understand that sometimes that is easier said than done, however. Whether simplifying means reading a good book, going on a hike and enjoying nature, or participating in a favorite craft or DIY project, decompressing and taking a breather is a necessary part of living a positive, productive lifestyle.
What can you do to simplify your life? Maybe you need to de-clutter your home or office or volunteer for a charitable organization. Or maybe you try to obtain balance through meditation or physical fitness. These can all be opportunities to achieve a stress-reduced life.
If you're looking for a way to simplify your work life, we have a few suggestions:
Less complicated processes create happier employees and stress-free environments. They also help you and your staff focus on what's really important.
So if you're ready to start simplifying, contact us and let us help you celebrate National Simplicity Day all year long.