Clutter and Overwhelm Go Hand in Hand. If you’ve got clutter in your surroundings, you’ve got overwhelm somewhere in your life – I’ll bet money on it.
You are a product of your environment. That’s just the way it is. What’s going on in your home and workplace is a direct correlation of what’s going on in your life. And, like it or not, you have to get real with your clutter to unearth your authentic self and free yourself from the debilitating feelings of overwhelm and stuckness, and feeling like there’s not enough time, etc.
Clutter and overwhelm can overtake your life if you don’t face and deal with it. So, if you are overwhelmed with too much stuff in your house, feel hopeless about ever getting to the end and having your place neat and organized, or have a general feeling of being stuck in life with no way out – just know — you CAN get rid of those feelings IF YOU DEAL WITH THE CLUTTER.
Many people were never taught how to address, store, decide, and organize things in their living and workplaces. It’s a very common problem, but if you Click Here , you can learn more about how I can help you declutter your life. You’ll also get my 5 tips to kickstart your decluttering process. Here’s #1 just to get the ball rolling:
- If you are clear about who you are and what you want your future to look ultimately like, you’ll know what to keep and what to remove from your home. It sounds easy enough, but most people attempt to declutter without knowing this and end up in a decision-making paralysis — which eventually leads to quitting…that is, if they ever start. So, tip one is: BEFORE STARTING, take the time to write down who you want to be and how you want to feel once the decluttering process is finished. What new hobbies and habits do you have in THAT life that maybe are merely pipe dreams now? This document will be your guide to knowing what needs to stay in your home and what doesn’t.
This video may also help.
YOU CAN DO IT. Thoughts that it is impossible is part of the illusion that comes with having clutter – start be decluttering that thought!