THIS IS A GUEST POST by Leanda Michelle
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Do your days seem to roll from one into the next, busy with the same comings and goings and on repeat?
Many might say, ‘Be more mindful’ yet for many this may be easier said than done.
What do you do to invite wonder, mystery, adventure or reason to pause?
You might take a walk in nature or escape to a holiday destination, yet what if neither of these options are feasible?
When your mind is full—of all you need to do and remember—and you feel there’s no room for anything else what is the solution?
It’s time to reduce the mind clutter. It is spring, after all!
How do we do this?
‘What? Add another task to my already busy schedule?’
Wrong! Much of life is about attitude—if you see it as a task, it will be. If however, you see it in the same light as putting the rubbish bin out each week, your mind will be oh, so grateful.
- Because you’ll digest the days events while awake instead of in your precious sleep time
- Because by removing that which clogs up your mind… problems, discussions, things you said and didn’t say, conflicts, resolutions and more, you pave the way for creativity, fresh ideas, sparks of inspiration and clarity of mind
So, if you’re aware your mind is full set aside a few minutes before bedtime and deposit the cluttered files of your mind into the trash… by writing about your day.
Instead of feeling mind full you’ll be feeling great full 🙂
Thanks so much Leanda – I agree that decluttering the mind is so important (so much so I even wrote about it)!
Bio: Leanda Michelle is an author, ghostwriter, workshop facilitator, Reiki and Sound Reiki Master and Teacher, and recently launched the Write to Heal Signature essential oil blend to assist writers to succeed. Like Plato she values the good, the true and the beautiful ♥
Ciao for now,
Linking up with Essentially Jess for #IBOT