Enjoyed any good adventures lately? You might be laughing and saying you don’t have time (or money) for grand trips. But here’s thing, adventure can happen any time, any place. Even decluttering can be an adventure! Here’s what I mean, and there’s a little challenge for you.
I’m sure you know that consistent action is the key to reaching any goal, right? But if you’ve never practiced consistency, your inner critic will not take you seriously. But you can shush that voice and it’s not nearly as challenging as you might imagine. Here’s what I mean.
Happiness can sometimes feel elusive in this always more to do world we live in. But here’s the thing, that feeling is one we allow. We succumb to it because of our beliefs. If we change our beliefs, we can change our reality. And that means we can take time to relax and enjoy ourselves without one iota of guilt or pressure. Here’s what you need to do.
Clutter clearing almost always involves an emotional response. And that’s never more true than when our self-worth is on the line. Here’s what to do about it.
Does it always seem like you need the thing you just threw away or donated? It’s a frustrating part of clutter clearing and causes you to second guess your decisions. Here’s what you need to know to stop that annoying pattern.