During this Covid19 shelter in place pandemic, I had the time to clean up my house. I found 3 boxes of things I kept from my childhood.
While going thru my memorabilia, it occurred to me there is a real possibility that I could die from Covid19. Looking at all my stuff, I asked “What are the really important things in my life?”.
All of the material goods and money became meaningless.
I did a Marie Kondo and purged a lot of junk from my life. It is rather satisfying.
Then I created a box I call my Happy Box. In this box I put the things that make me happy. Things that put a smile on my face. They are mostly photos, letters, cards, and kids’ art work. Reminder of happy times.
I can go to this Happy Box whenever I need to cheer myself up.
How to make a good Happy Box? Look for a box with an attached lid that is large enough to fit a sheet of paper and small enough to fit on your lap comfortability. Large shoe boxes are ideal. Then fill it with joy.<p class="has-text-align-center has-blue-background-color has-background has-normal-font-size" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80"><strong><em>In the end, all that you can take with you is what is in your heart</em></strong>. <em><strong>Make it a good one.</strong></em>