What is clutter? Well, it can be anything. It could be physical junk and trash, it could even be useful items, but the problem is it’s everywhere and there’s just too much. Whatever it looks like for you, I believe that clutter creates a sense of chaos. And if you’re not naturally tidy or a minimalist, things can get out of control without us even realizing.
When we declutter our space, we declutter our mind. So, my fellow overthinkers, when you find yourself overthinking everything, chances are there’s some clutter in your physical environment that is showing up in your psyche. So this week, I’m bringing one of my favorite topics to the podcast: the power of decluttering.
Tune in this week to discover how to increase your joy and manage your stressed and overthinking brain through the power of decluttering. I’m sharing where your upbringing can play into the beliefs that lead to a cluttered space, and instead, I’m giving you practical decluttering tips while empowering and encouraging you to see that you always have the ability to create what you need in any moment.
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What You Will Discover:
- The common arguments and fallacies that people come up with when they are reluctant to declutter.
- Why clutter generally comes from a place of scarcity, and how this mindset holds people back in so many areas.
- How to approach your clutter from an abundant mentality, so you can declutter your space and your mind.
- What changes when you can start decluttering your physical space one step at a time.
- Where to begin with this work of decluttering, starting in the simplest way.