Believe it or not, I used to be a very messy person.
You might think I’m all structured and organized, but no no no. My default mode = messy. This is a side of me you haven’t learned about yet, and I’m ready to tell you about my own decluttering journey + give you 12 simple ways to declutter your home and simplify your life, starting today.
I was that kid who leaves stuff hanging around literally everywhere.
The kitchen table would become un-usable in only one day, stuffed with my homework, random toys, my headphones, my charger, a plate with some leftovers, a half-empty (or half-full) cup of tea, my hairbrush … Literally everything I had used that day.
It would drive my mom nuts.
Over the years as I was looking for more inner peace and mental calmness, I could see my relationship with clutter transform little bit by little bit.
On the podcast, I will share my personal journey of how I went from the messiest person in my household, to: “Maya, your house is so cozy and tidy!”
Or watch me on YouTube right here:
In this blog post, I will keep it short and sweet with prompts and tips for each of the 12 simple ways to declutter your home and your life ;)
Feel free to get cozy, grab your journal, and reflect on the prompts I included in this blog post. You’ll be surprised by what comes up for you when you truly connect to yourself and this moment of self-reflection.
As a bonus, I’m giving you these free journal prompts to declutter your life!
Get cozy and start journaling with these journal prompts to declutter your life to figure out which area in your life and your home is giving you the most stress and anxiety at this moment so you know where to go next on your journey to becoming a Healthy (and Clutter-Free) High Achiever.
We covered a lotttt of ground here.
I hope this list gave you some inspiration on how to get started in each area. Don’t do them all at once. Use the Journal Prompts To Declutter Your Life to determine which area in your life you should start decluttering first.
Step by step. You’ll create more mental space to declutter other areas and feel even more at ease to declutter even more and …. It’s a constant upward cycle. You will fall down a couple of times, or all the time, but that’s ok. My house often gets messy too. That’s the moment you just put on your favorite music and get started. One by one, bit by bit.
You’re doing a great job, Chievers.
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