Today we bring to you our thoughts on invisible decluttering.
Decluttering isn’t always about the stuff, there is a LOT that goes on internally too. If you’re not quite sure what we mean, stay with us!
We give you loads of examples of what we mean by ‘invisible decluttering’ and share some of our own invisible decluttering experiences such as letting go of being that crafty mum or a professional pianist and what the flow on effect into the physical decluttering can look like as a result.
Seasons in life change and with that can come new dreams, ideas, expectations – decluttering the old ones is important but we understand it can be challenging.
We hope that you can take something away from today as you move forward on your unique journey into more freedom!
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In this episode we;
- Explain what we mean by ‘invisible decluttering’;
- Remind you to ask yourself why? when weighing up decisions;
- Explore and share what it can look and feel like to declutter people from our lives;
- Highlight that getting stuck van be a sign there is some internal decluttering to do to allow you to let go of items;
- Encourage you to reflect on some invisible decluttering you might need to do;
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