It’s that time of the year! Spring is just around the corner and I am oh, so excited about it! Spring cleaning is about to be in full swing and I do not want you to think spring cleaning is limited to deep cleaning and decluttering! While that is definitely an exhilarating experience…at least to me! I don’t want you to forget about all the other ways you might need some serious decluttering! After a long winter (especially in Minnesota) I know my mind needs some sanity and sunlight. My body has been cooped up for far too long and it definitely needs some TLC too! That’s why we are going to go over these 25 ways to completely declutter your mind, body and home!
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The mind is a beautiful thing and these days it seems like so many people are struggling big time! Stress and anxiety are taking over and it totally stinks. So, if you are ready to do some spring cleaning, I highly suggest starting with your mind. Envogue said it best, “Free your mind…and the rest will follow…” Sure, they were a little known group from the 90’s but they were on to something! Our mind is an incredibly powerful tool that has the power to change our bodies, our health and our life.
I’ve got a practical mind declutter list for you to use! Pick a few and try your best to stick to them!
While there are so many things than can help you slow down and work those brain muscles, the next thing on our list may just help more than anything.
It’s funny how closely our mind and boy work together! If you want to get less-stressed, then taking the time to take care of your body may be just the thing to help you out! Exercise increases your memory, brain function, serotonin and productivity levels! Don’t worry, taking care of your body doesn’t have to mean endless hours on the treadmill either. I’ll prove it with these body declutter ideas.
Find some ways this spring to let your body know how much you appreciate it! In preparation for summer, often times people find different ways to shame their winter bodies, push them into grueling workout routines or try to starve them. None of this is healthy or beneficial. Find small steps to remind you that you and your body are worth a little TLC.
Now we’re talking! Ok, you’ve taken care of you more…time to put some declutter power toward that house. I won’t lie to you, when I get motivated to go on another decluttering binge, I go all out. That may not be your style, so I’ve got some simple, helpful tips to get you started without frightening your family (like I do.)
No matter what your focus or where you need to do a little tidying up, all you have to do is just get started! Each new day is a chance for a fresh start. Don’t get hung up on the things that went wrong yesterday, or the month before yesterday…it won’t help you with today!
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Renee is the blogger behind The Fun Sized Life. After downsizing with her family, she also took the time to get serious about he finances. Now she is sharing the wealth with all of her readers.