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Happy & Healthy Ways to Spring Clean Your Life!

Updated on May 7, 2020
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Writing is my passion. I have an undying thirst and quest in the field of writing. Some eat, drink, or use drugs when stressed; I write.

At present, "spring cleaning" for me means organizing my entire life – just like spring cleaning the house. I felt the need to overhaul everything to live a happier and healthy life.

When I found myself faced with mountains of problems and struggling to deal with all of life’s issues in need of guidance on how to declutter, and questioning where in the world do I begin?

Clutter can be an energy zapper, only creating a simple life doesn't happen overnight. It requires an order to find balance, and you must reduce the workload. Begin by a focus on what you can do now to bring more simplicity into each day.

Excessive clutter is a symptom that turns into stress and depression. It is a disease that renders you to grow old fast. When you take the time to spring clean and unclutter your life, it marks the beginning of a life full of energy and vigor. I want to help you with some answers in hopes you’ll be inspired to declare immediately.

We all know that spring is the beginning of a season which is refreshing and pleasing. In the same fashion, if you spring cleanses your mind and soul, you will begin a life free of stress, worry, and depression.

Life can be a challenge that keeps changing. That’s just the way the world is, trials can make or break you. You must see a problem to fix the problem. When you don’t see an obstacle, you can’t solve it. Blindness can create additional issues therefore, you must take ownership of all dilemmas by taking commitment, focus, and a force of will.

We all need to put ourselves to self-accountability to be able to amend ourselves positively. There is always a cause of the problem that comes our way. The best option for people is to evaluate the cause and feel the pulse that gives birth to such problems.

And, once the course is assessed and detected, it needs to be addressed and cured properly. People should practice a positive passageway to face a new challenge. There is no room for a negative turn to finding a solution to a problem.

Negativity plays mayhem with your mental entrance to combat and address pressing issues in your day-to-day life. You must be realistic about taking concrete steps to fight evil and come up with new thoughts to fix your issues. Therefore, spring cleaning and decluttering prepare you with a new spirit to start a new life with peace and calm.

Dreadful habits give rise to several problems that people often confront in their everyday lives; the issue can be a minor problem to a greater one. These nasty habits become a harbinger of persistent mental disorder, which you fight with a skeptical mind, and this may cause total failure of human behavior. Replenish yourself with the ton of a positive spirit. Hence, it becomes a natural bath that washes away impurities from your mind and soul.

Spring cleaning and decluttering provide a solution to this socially detrimental disorder as they help reform yourself and become the responsible citizen of the social circle you live in. Spring cleaning is the source of energy and potential that enable you to overcome your dirty habits and negative approaches and give you enough strength to start a new chapter of your life. Decluttering is the same benefits for you as it prepares you to re-schedule your life with positivity and makes you enriched with concentration.

You can focus on your problems and address them with the adequate direction of your mind. Spring cleaning and decluttering purify your body. These remedies are the best detoxifying agents for you that wash away all germs that are not only harmful to you, but for society.

How to Declutter Your Life

  • Start by taking fifteen minutes each day to pick problems in your life to focus on each day.
  • Stop after fifteen minutes, don’t overdo it to cause stress, continue tomorrow for an additional fifteen minutes, and so on, and deal with one small problem at a time.
  • Don’t stress over solving all your problems all at once. Keep it simple. You can always declutter your problems daily.
  • Ask for help, especially if you have too much on your plate. Sometimes you just can’t do all that needs to be done yourself, ask a trustworthy friend or family member for help, which will prevent stress and simplify your schedule.
  • Guard your time by knowing how to accept a commitment. Commit only to essential things and saying no to the non-essential stuff. This will assist you to declutter your day, after all, it is about reducing duties that are non-essential.
  • Sit down and make a list of what’s most important to you and declutter what's not important. Also, simplify your day, and your online/computer life as well.
  • Eliminate toxic people from your life who tend to complicate your daily lives.

Declutter unnecessary things from your life

It is time for us of honor in time or else we do not feel hesitation face remorse that could become a negative aspect of our life. Therefore, sagacity demands that a peaceful mind is a must that can tailor to make timely decisions to make another feel like being entertained and fulfilled.

Organize your life

Life has become much faster and speedy in recent times. We should decide which things to do at their proper time. The rapid life has put the people in a state of hurry and worry; they get hurried and become worried. Just as stay-home-moms are found to be doubled with the responsibility of taking care of their kids and doing house chores at the same time leaving them confused to handle the situation wisely. Some retirees can also be quoted as saying that they are busier than when they were in the service.

Now a plethora of household chores. We had enough time to relax at the beach in the sun and enjoy. Our worries were smaller, and we were so much happier. We had sufficient time to do various things that were not even necessary.

Now, as time has changed, we must re-visit our routine life and unburden ourselves so that we can do what is necessary and essential for us.

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Stop the Auto "Yes."

Saying "yes" means you have the potential to do the thing asked. This is an entirely wrong conception. According to experts, people become much optimistic about some particular task, but they cannot execute it fully, and it becomes remorse for them. Rather, you can replace it by saying "Let me see if I can do it." This will bring a positive change in your life.

Final word, I know some people might think they don’t need to start spring cleaning their life, but really they do. Now is the perfect time to start decluttering your life so that you can begin life with a new beginning. If you declutter correctly, your mess of clutter life can be the beginning of your greatest opportunity to grow. Just like we spring clean every spring, we have to do the same in our everyday life to maintain a healthy life.

One of my favorite quotes by Julia Cameron states, “When we remove the physical clutter from our lives, we literally make way for inspiration and 'good, orderly direction' to enter.” I believe that quote to be true because whenever we clear away a big mess that consists of confusion it brings clarity and fills our life with happiness.

Do you agree everybody should be willing to spring clean and Declutter their life when needed?

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Spring Cleaning for Physical, spiritual, and mental well-being

Spring Clean Your Life

© 2015 Pam Morris


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