I’ve been on a more minimalistic journey for a while now, and I’m regularly looking for things to declutter. Here and there, I declutter stuff I don’t use, don’t like, and don’t want. And every time I do, I start to feel calmer in my surroundings.
I was a very messy kid, so I was shocked to find cleaning actually helps my anxiety. When I was younger, we would even take pictures of mine and my sister’s room when it was actually clean. I remember on a couple of occasions my mom would say, “Wow. You can actually see the floor.”
There is a lot of stress that comes with clutter. Clutter clogs the mind. It makes things more chaotic, especially when you can’t find something buried within all the mess. Your mind can never be fully at peace because of it.
I’m a huge fan of finding self-care ideas for depression. Wanna know why? Because you’re freaking awesome, and you need to take care of yourself. You only have one body, one mind, and one spirit. You must nurture your whole being.
I have a secret. I love my job. I’m excited about the future of my job. But I often have the case of the boredoms. And I’m guessing you’re probably a lot like me. (Well, maybe you actually hate your job, but you still get the boredoms.) Either way, I’m sure you heard the saying before, […]
More and more people are coming out and talking about the benefits of having less stuff. I personally have seen a big shift in my mental wellbeing when I stopped buying into the lies of consumerism. I feel less stressed, it takes less time to clean, and I save more money. I’m also more productive […]