Declutter Your Life

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Declutter Your Life

Declutter Your Life

Decluttering your life involves more than purging stuff from your physical space. It requires a thoughtful approach at each area of your life to be uncluttered. Take some time to look over your life to locate the things that are wasting your time and reorganize your life. So you can be free to live your life and pursue the interests you enjoy. 

Excessive clutter is a problem that can cause stress and affect every part of your life. Here is a list of things that can clutter up your life and may need to be reorganized:

>> Reorganize your routines:

We often fill our life's with tasks that are no longer important to us. It's time to declutter these tasks, whether it's online or off. Then you should pursue the things that are important to you. 

>> Declutter your living spaces:

A messy house or work space can add to your daily stress. If your living space are too cluttered, you’ll want to simplify them. Start by throwing out or donate unused things. Only Keep the things that you love and use frequently. Then you need to reorganize the things that you’ve decided to keep.

>> Declutter your family relationships:

Decluttering your life involves taking greater care of your family. However, relationships within a family can sometimes be very hard and even toxic. This sometimes requires us to spend less time with certain family members or stay away from certain topics. Ultimately, ending a toxic family relationship can be a positive step towards creating more space and positivity in your life.

>> Declutter your friendships:

You should spend more time with positive people, those who will help you grow and make you feel happy; this means getting rid of the toxic people who only waste your time and drain your energy. This can be difficult, but it can also be empowering to surround yourself with people who support and uplift you.

>> Declutter your computer and digital space:

In the digital world, there are so many ways that information creeps into our lives. Use digital storage and cloud services to store important documents and photos and consider switching to digital books and magazines to reduce clutter in your home. Information can become overwhelming online and that's why I suggest you get off social media. Rather, keep up with friends and family with a secure text message app, Zello or other virtual meeting app. Get your news by signing up for email newsletters and listening to podcasts.

>> Declutter your mind and take care of your body:

Only engage in your favorite activities. Reduce your consumption of news and television. I’m not suggesting that you cut yourself off from the world, just that you should set some boundaries to control how and when you receive it.