Over the past several years, I have developed a system and routine to keep my home decluttered. On Wednesdays, I plan on continuing to post about how to declutter different areas of your home, as well as how to make decisions about what is important to you so that you can keep the things that serve a purpose and make you happy, and let go of the clutter. Reducing the physical clutter in your life can have a huge impact, just check out I Am Thankful For Being Decluttered to see how owning less has allowed me to free up time and focus on what is important to me.
I recently started posting on Tuesday’s as well. You may have read my two posts about starting my happiness highlights journal.
I plan to still keep you updated on my happiness highlights journal (just less frequently) so that I can include some other topics to help you tackle a different type of clutter. I’m talking about mental clutter.
I’ve been working on reducing my mental clutter but there are still times I can’t seem to turn off what seems like a never ending flow of thoughts. For my New Years Resolution, I’m implementing a few more things into my routine to help.
Things I already do:
- Spend time outdoors
- Make time for hobbies
- Reduce screen time/ cut out time wasting apps
Things I am adding:
- Happiness Highlights journal (started on December 1st, 2020)
Each week I will focus on one of the areas and share my experience with tricks and tips that I discover. I plan on reviewing some books, videos, and CDs and I will keep you posted on what I find to be beneficial.
My goal in removing mental clutter is the same goal I have for reducing physical clutter. I want to eliminate negativity and anything I don’t enjoy that takes time away from what is important.