We’ve all been there. Work to be done, bills to pay, kids need a lift, tornados-a-blowing, window’s-a- rattling, laundry, dog business, meals, and more work. And on top of all this, just like a chevy-size cherry on top: the house is cluttered!
Sometimes there just isn’t enough time to get all the decluttering done. The work is just too much, and familial obligations are paramount. But decluttering your house does not have to be like rolling a boulder up a hill. There are tricks. There are methods to make life easier. The first step involves the acknowledgement of those overwhelming feelings. Lots of people will tell you to deny your feelings. Don’t. It will just make you feel worse. Take a zen approach. When you feel yourself ready to rip your hair out, calm down, take a deep breath, and acknowledge: I am feeling crazy right now. But it too shall pass. Understand that your human feelings are like the clouds passing overhead. We are the backdrop, the sky, and the canvas, while our emotions are the foreground, the clouds, and the paint. That’s all. Nothing will get done unless we acknowledge this and then step forward to grapple with those feelings.
Imagine, for a moment, when cluttered homes, and piles of papers, are miraculously placed where they are supposed to, and it stays that way. This is attainable an attainable goal. Within the pages of this book, you will find the techniques to dislodge the hindrances in your life that keep you from having a decluttered home. Use these easy methods, form long lasting habits, and find an easier life. .
Author: Loizos Filippou