I don't know that I necessarily always subscribe to this philosophy, but I love this book. It's a group of essays from fascinating spiritual leaders and writers of all faiths about how they find the sacred in everyday activities, like housekeeping. The chapters are organized into household tasks like vacuuming, dishwashing, or sweeping. It is a wonderful reminder about the importance of having mindfulness in even what seem to be "mindless" activities. My favorite essay is probably by renowned Buddhist monk, Thich Nhat Hahn, who writes about washing dishes mindfully and suggests imagining that you are washing a tiny baby Buddha.
Check out this interesting and insightful book. It has brought a little more peace and calm to my life.