Clutter in Your Life

Where can you reduce clutter in your life?

If only I could start on My Cluttered Life!

My mind is a room full of clutter. Therefore I don’t think about anything.

My house is just as cluttered, but I don’t see it!

But I have to start somewhere! There is no denying the fact.

Clutter in your life: My House🏚️

  1. Organize your wardrobe – Get rid of clothes and shoes you don’t wear and donate items to those in need.
  2. Declutter your desk – Get rid of pens and paper you don’t need and store items away.
  3. Simplify your kitchen – Get rid of mismatched kitchenware and store away items you don’t use regularly.
  4. Get rid of digital clutter – Delete old files and photos from your computer and phone.
  5. Mindfully shop – Only buy items you need and don’t fall into “retail therapy” buying habits.
  6. Clear out the bookshelves – Sort through your books and donate any you don’t need anymore.
  7. Throw away old toys – Remove them and donate them to those in need.
  8. Donate unused items – Declutter the house and donate unused furniture, décor items, and other belongings.

Clutter In Your Life: My Mind🤯

1. Practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is the practice of being in the present moment and staying aware of your emotions, thoughts, and environment. Focusing on your breath can help you become more mindful and recenter yourself. 

2. Take a break and disconnect. Taking a few minutes to step away from your day and do something you find calming and enjoyable can help clear your mind. Taking a walk, listening to music, or spending time in nature are all great activities that can help unclutter your mind and help you relax.

3. Hot tip. Spend a few moments jotting down your thoughts. Writing down your thoughts can help externalize them and make them easier to tackle one step at a time. 

4. Exercise. Exercise and physical activity can help boost your mood and clear your mind. Incorporating regular exercise into your routine can help reduce stress and give you an outlet to release your frustrations. 

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About desertturle

Anita Henson aka Winnie. A retired teacher, and caregiver for my loving parents, wife, and mother. Married to Greg "Tex" Henson.
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