Whether we realize it or not, we have an uncluttered mind. This can be a bad thing! We find ourselves in a family society or a work environment that is filled with clutter. Clutter affects your thinking. It affects your health. It also affects your emotional state. Clutteriness creates confusion, chaos, and procrastination.
Example from my own life
For example, the last house I lived in, (which was 5 years ago!) the clutter was so severe that it made it impossible to use my kitchen, my dining room, my playroom, my Tags.
How was that possible? Why would I create such a disorganized environment for my two young children, aged 5 and 7? It wasn’t about me spending enormous hours cleaning the house. It wasn’t about doing it on my own. I just continuously surprised myself by saying NO to additional, unnecessary clutter, buying items with limited usefulness. – And I never, ever let go of the idea of using space.
Of course, I wanted these places beautiful, but it didn’t mean that it had to look like a museum, it simply meant my peace of mind was enriched. It meant I got rid of the clutter in my head, so I don’t bump into such a burdened mind.
In a recent program Glamour in the Morning radio show, I listened to the host exposing herself naked on a stage. Yes, absolutely, without fear and any concern – she exposed herself completely naked, for all the world to see.
In her interview, she taught that one of the highest values of an individual is integrity. She indicated that, in her daily use of her hair-dryer, she tended to wash her hair before and after every use. And this same all-too-common habit has created a clutter that cluttered her life.
We know that clutter is impossible to find a home or a reference point if we don’t have clutter. I have seen people on television or online do just that. I think that the dream to have “never lost” or “never abused?” requires that you leave a space free. But it takes discipline to get started.
When you eliminate clutter, your mind can not only look at your clutter, but it can get rid of clutter. Among the words I would like to get rid of are “accumulating” and “the accumulation of”. But, according to the above TV host, having clutter up around our neck is an absolute mind- baker. That is a completely true statement. attracting suffers dis trace.
When I was in school in the primary grades or middle age, we had a standard color (my alabaster yellow shirt) and a kind of chocolate-brown or olive green sleeveless top (or another appropriate coloring). You had to wear the color (or the same color or not color at all) for a week. There was no chance of missing those very lovely days in seventh grade. My greatest memory of sitting in a classroom was when I went to my assigned teacher’s office with good feelings and yet no considerable or relevant information. I was politely asked about it and left with a sigh. But this is not a high school class.
We read this phrase:
“Free is their ling of the purse or freehand or key to control a lifestyle but as we move to a busy lifestyle,” my friend said, it would get difficult to sleep at night if you had nothing to retain, or retain and retrieve (a single item).
Importance of principle
But this is also one of the major reasons why you get these uncomfortable reactions when you feel the need for any form of clutter management. My guess is, at least 80% of the items your accumulate, good or bad, have a chance of “mental clutter management.”
We are constantly fighting an ever more fierce enemy through the day the clutter!
Often, I had difficulty organized in my home; I would stop and take a picture of it, and then I would be confronted by the very thing I wanted to de-clutter. The clutter still occupied space in my mind. I spent a tremendous amount of time trying to eliminate and confuse the clutter out of my knowledge about my home. At the very moment I thought I had rid of it, another “something” was there with a face to face interaction.
The key to getting the clutter under control was to “accept the space as it is.” Accepting the space as it is is, at the moment, makes it simpler to organize. I then take out an item (or a photo), and place it where it belongs, and make it work for me in meeting my particular, current wants.
I got tired and started to walk out. I could see I looked depressive, I birth.
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