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When I was a kid, vegetables didn’t get much attention. My mom would cook some meat and rice, then one of us kids would microwave frozen vegetables, mix in some butter and salt, and call it a day. The important thing is that we ate our vegetables, but I inherited the attitude that vegetables are an afterthought: They are not delicious.
From the KonMari Method™ to tiny homes, minimalism has been the new hotness for a while, with new books, blogs, and Netflix specials cropping up all the time. It seems that, as we all spend more and more time at home, we’re taking a closer look at our belongings and how to make our homes — and ourselves — feel better while we stay inside.
I’m not saying that I’m completely free of fear and anxiety now (I’m definitely not), but I’m also not that person anymore, thanks to one change I developed over the last few years.