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Declutter Your Home To Declutter Your Mind

I thought this article was spot on and decided to rename it to declutter your home to declutter your mind.  I felt the point needed to be accentuated.  It’s written by Evan Zislis for PostIndependent.com and I’ve excerpted my favourite points as usual.

Declutter Your Home To Declutter Your Mind

Brain Focus

Declutter Your Mind And Focus

What we forget is that it is as natural as breathing. The simple act of breathing can alter our mood, our physiology and our ability to regulate cognitive function. We breathe fresh air into our lungs, which provides oxygen rich blood to our brain, which reminds our body to work.

We exhale, and let go of carbon dioxide toxins building up in our lungs. Fresh air goes in, toxic gas goes out. In. Out. We get what we need, and then we let go. In. Out. In. Out. In. Out. It feels wonderful, especially when we do it with thoughtful intention.

The same way that holding our breath can become poisonous to our bodies, holding on to the things we no longer need can strangle our ability to regulate healthy lifestyles.

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That last paragraph is rather poignant wouldn’t you agree? It’s imperative in my opinion that you declutter your home to declutter your mind if you haven’t already done so.  Once you have decluttered your mind, you’ll be able to establish focus with far greater ease, make decisions more easily, plan, organise and generally live a much less stressful life.

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