To Integrate (in·te·grate | \ ˈin-tə-ˌgrāt \ integrated; integrating) means to form, coordinate, or blend into a functioning or unified whole, to incorporate into a larger unit, to unite with something else. (Merriam-Webster)
When I think about integrating, I think about moving from one system, way of thinking, or action into another, bringing with me what is needed but leaving behind what isn’t. Integration is an essential practice in the morning as we begin a new day, setting the tone for how we want the day to unfold. Similarly, moving into a new home requires integrating into a new space, learning it’s quirks, adjusting and adapting with your belongings, and making way for something new.
This month we will take a look at what it means to integrate into a new schedule, season, or habit. How can we purposely practice integrating to create ease in our homes and families?
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