Minimalism: A way to keep your life simple during COVID-19

Looking for something to break up your Netflix binge-watching streak due to social distancing?

Consider watching Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.

I have seen patients’ sleep (and lives) transformed with changes in their employment.

During this fragile time in our world, an unprecedented amount of people are finding themselves filing for unemployment, watching helplessly as their life savings disappear or struggling to hang on to their company as we find ourselves at war with the novel coronavirus.

While we are waging war from our homes, taking the time to watch Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things can help us sort out the feelings that result from focusing on things that ultimately won’t make you ‘happy’ including an overstressed, unfulfilled work environment.

Instead, the Minimalism movie encourages you to live a more intentional life, with less: fewer things, less clutter, less meaningless activities and create time and resources that focus on what really matters most to you.

Not only did I enjoy the Minimalism movie, but I’ve become a big fan of the writers’ podcast: The Minimalists Podcast.

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus’s podcast helps us to find calm in the storm.

Both of these sources have had an enlightening effect on me personally and in a strange way have helped prepare me for the crazy pandemic days we are currently caught in.

Don’t be surprised if you get energized to do a major house (and life) declutter after you watch this:-)

View the Minimalism trailer.

Hope you enjoy and find some peace in this storm!

Stay well my friend!

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4 Meditation Apps that Lead to You to Better Sleep

Mediation Basics for your Health (and Sleep!)

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Lydia Sosenko, D.D.S.

Lydia Sosenko, D.D.S.

Dr. Lydia Sosenko, author of MySleepDevice.com, is a general dentist and Diplomate of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. Dr. Sosenko has worked closely with the dental and medical communities providing oral appliance therapy for snoring and apnea patients since 1996. She remains passionate in helping build awareness of the dangers of snoring and apnea and the importance of treatments, including oral appliance therapy.

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