People always ask me how to clear clutter fast. One of the ways is by being in flow. Being in flow is a delicious state. It enables you to move effortlessly through life achieving everything you want to achieve and feeling good. And being in flow is the best way to declutter your home.
How can we get into a flow state and make clutter clearing as easy as possible?
Here is a brief list of questions designed to get you thinking about your perfect clutter clearing moments. Spend a few moments with it. It will help you work out how to clear clutter fast.
When do you have more natural energy and motivation?
Your Best Time of Day
- at night
Your Natural Work Rhythm
- I prefer to take time out to start and finish a job
- I like to do things in little packets of time
Group or Individual
- working alone
- working with others
- New Year
- Around holidays
- Christmas time
- Birthdays and Anniversaries
- Children’s term times
States of Mind
- busy times
- sad times
- happy times
- relaxed times
So what are your times of natural energy and motivation? Can you identify any other situations or states of mind that will help you find the best way to declutter your home?
If you work with the natural ebb and flow you can make your clutter clearing a more positive and happy experience.
I would still suggest you try the ten minute technique every day when you are struggling to get motivated but if you want a real splurge …. then use your natural flow to get stuck in!
That reminds me … I really need to use this technique to get on with the garden. I’ll let you know how I get on!
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