Tips for living the simple life. Everything from dividend stocks, hustles, swing trading, investing money for beginners, retirement planning, relationships, parenting everything can be simple if you stick to the basics. The Bible, The Art of War, The Richest Man in Babylon, learn those young! For a simple life study them often!
Living a simple life
Living a simple life means having an understanding of every category in life.
Sometimes life can have you hating it and cursing the day you were born. Usually it’s because we go at it without the proper knowledge on the situation. We have our finances, relationships, health, and everything else in life because we do not seek the knowledge to handle them properly, if we do it’s usually because we are already having issues in that area. Living a simple life we do no wait until we get our finances upside down and then work on getting them straightened out, we get our relationships in a mess and either get out of them or try and figure out how to fix them.
The first thing to do if you want to live a simple life is to divide your life into categories. You have finances, relationships, parenting, health, your job, and that is about it. You may find a few others, but the idea is to learn the very simple principles to all of these. Develop a process that fits to you and your family and stay on track. The definition of simple is easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty. If you do not understand these areas of life and the basics then life will be difficult. Most successful people read a lot of books, why? Because they contain knowledge, knowing is half the battle and knowledge is power. I share life lessons, thoughts and knowledge on the basics to many things in life. To keep life simple you have to have a basic understanding of all areas of life. Living a simple life doesn’t need to be a minimalistic life. You can live life in abundance and still be simple, just have the knowledge to make it simple. If you want to live minimalistic it’s most likely because you want a minimum amount of knowledge.