There are many pieces that make up our lives, but they often escape our questioning. We assume they are supposed to be there. But it’s natural that some of those pieces are not contributing to the welfare of our lives.
Taking a look and questioning the pieces of our lives is a simple and powerful process. It takes an acceptance that you are worth the looking.
We can forget our value because we are bombarded with messages that we need certain things, activities, and people to be okay and better.
But since you’re reading this, there must be a part of you that feels those messages are false. That means that you have the spark in you to begin to take an honest look at the pieces of your life.
A good question to ask yourself when clutter busting is, “Does this activity, item, or person benefit me in my daily living?” You want to know how the thing in question brings you benefit in your day to day life, or if it takes away from your quality of life.
Because you care about yourself, you want to know what’s causing you harm. You would want to remove them in the same way that you would remove a stone from your shoe.
I encourage you to begin to take this kind look. If you’ve already begun the process, I encourage you to keep going. You are worth the endeavor.
If you’re feeling stuck in your clutter situation, I can help. No matter where in the world you live. I help my clients let go of the clutter in their life by working with them over the phone, Skype, or facetime. Set up a session with Brooks.