What if I told you that you can get more done in less time SIMPLY by knowing yourself better? It's true. Planning is the secret to productivity, but in order to plan successfully, you need to know what planning style will work for your brain type! Are you a macro or a micro planner? Listen to my latest podcast to learn more!
I've been in a funk and the truth is, my lack of motivation is the reason why. I just don't feel like working...or cleaning...or adulting in general. What I really want to do is spend my days watching Netflix in my jammies and eating my body weight in chocolate. Unfortunately, this only leads to even less motivation and even less happiness. It's like I'm trapped on some insane funkified hamster wheel, the less I do, the less I feel like doing. The opposite is also true - the more I do, the more motivation I feel...and motivation brings all kinds of happy, energized awesomeness to my life. If I really want to find my mojo again and bring back those life-loving feelings, I need to just step up and make…
There is a direct connection between our physical environment (aka clutter) and how we feel on the inside. When our home is cluttered, our mind can feel cluttered as well. When we take a few minutes to tame the chaos on the outside, we tame the chaos on the inside as well. In my experience, it's much easier to quickly impact the way our home looks rather than impact how we feel about ourselves. And the bonus is that working on our clutter impacts both at the same time! Here is my latest podcast explaining the clutter connection:
In today's podcast I talk about my life-long struggle with loneliness, my need to find my place in this world and the importance of knowing yourself better. I am really enjoying Dr Brene Brown's book "Brave the Wilderness". You can find it here: I would love to hear your opinions on my explanation of the different organizing styles in relation to abundance and simplicity! Let your know your opinion in the comments!
Are you waiting for motivation to find you? Are you putting off doing things in your life until it feels like "the right time"? Stop hoping that someday you will find the motivation to get started and and make your own motivation right now! Listen to my latest podcast to find out how:
Is there a direct link between clutter, depression and screen time? Listen to my latest podcast to hear my opinion and consider taking part in our little "Clutterbug" study! If you want to join my online Facebook support group, click the link now: https://www.facebook.com/groups/765896316877385/