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Notice the Subtle Yet Significant Shifts

By Clutter Clearing | Jan 8, 2024 |
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Notice the Subtle Yet Significant Shifts Can you believe we’re nearly at the end of ANOTHER year? How did that happen?! It seems like only a few months, maybe a year since the Pandemic began. In fact, it’s nearly 4 years. The Queen died over a year ago, and we had the coronation of a…

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Don’t reinvent the Wheel – Just Realign it

By Clutter Clearing | Jan 1, 2024 |
Don’t reinvent the Wheel – Just Realign it

One of the many reasons why people struggle to clear their clutter is because they don’t turn it from a ‘wish’ into a goal by giving it the time, energy, focus and effort it needs to succeed. With busy lives and multiple demands on our time, Clutter Clearing often falls to the bottom of the…

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Maintaining Motivation – Sleep Routine

By Clutter Clearing | Dec 18, 2023 |
Maintaining Motivation – Sleep Routine

SLEEP ROUTINE Having a healthy sleep routine is essential to maintain your motivation. Notice that it’s not just sleep that helps your motivation – it’s a healthy sleep ROUTINE. What’s the difference? Healthy sleep is when you fall asleep quite quickly and easily, don’t fully wake up during the night, and feel refreshed in the…

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Tough Truths About Time – Routine

By Clutter Clearing | Dec 11, 2023 |
Tough Truths About Time – Routine

YOU WILL NEVER CLEAR YOUR CLUTTER FOREVER UNLESS YOU GET INTO A ROUTINE OF ‘DOINGTHE DOING’ THE REALITY OF YOUR CLUTTER Most clutterholics struggle – or simply resist – getting into a routine of ‘Doing the Doing’ of their Journey. That is because those of us who struggle with clutter are predominately In-time people, which…

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Common Characteristics of a Clutter Clearer – Imposter Syndrome

By Clutter Clearing | Dec 1, 2023 |
Common Characteristics of a Clutter Clearer – Imposter Syndrome

IMPOSTER SYNDROME Imposter Syndrome is chronic self-doubt, specifically in relation to your skills, accomplishments, and ability. People who struggle with Imposter Syndrome suffer crippling doubt about their abilities. They feel inadequate or incompetent, constantly compare themselves to others despite clear evidence of their achievements, and they have a fear that they will be exposed as…

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