“If you want to fly, give up everything that weighs you down” -Buddha
Declutter your mind, declutter your space. Our minds, like our closets, are filled to capacity; half of what’s there serves no useful purpose. Be it a torn sweater from 1996 or life-long patterns of unhealthy self-deprecation, clutter is weighing us down. Release negative thoughts to make room for positivity and self-love. Create a space for the life ahead of you, and let go of the past. The act of purging is invigorating and refreshing. Evaluate what is most important to you, what powers you ahead and let go of everything else. Build new mental habits that increase your productivity, clarity, awareness, organization and improve your overall well-being. Create more open and breathable space in your mind and in your home and you will feel calmer, think more clearly, be more efficient and be less anxious.