Have you ever experienced being in a space where you were ready for a change? Change is constant and we are always forced to change with time. With an open heart and a willingness to change. We can reap the benefits of living a life of peace and abundance.
Life is given to us as an equation, in the process of walking we discover who we are and the answers to our questions. We sometimes fear what we don’t see, as a matter of fact, we can sometimes hold on to unnecessary things. Such as people, places, items, jobs, habits, and relationships. Make sense of this in your life, are there things that you carry that no longer serve a purpose, nor will they ever? If the answer is yes, it is time to let go!
Clutter can and will cause disorganization and confusion. We should consistently do the work and check where we are emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
In this blog, I want to walk you through my step-by-step process of decluttering and making room for more.
HERE WE GO AGAIN!
Yes, here we go again PRIORITIZING.
Does this sound familiar?
Whatever you sow in the dark will be a harvest by day. You must look further out than what you can physically see. This can be hard for some but as a kid would dream and create imaginary friends. I need you to take a moment to go there with me.
Ask yourself questions that will lead you to your tomorrow. Such as, what do you see yourself doing in the next 3 months? Or What kind of relationships will you need to build in order to be inspired?
Your questions should be connected to your dreams. Remember life is an equation, as you walk you will find the answer that will lead you to the next equation. This means steps are required and those steps require your participation. Become proactive, not busy by prioritizing!
- Write out your top 3 priorities in the next 3 months.
- Everything that does not connect with the properties list is considered a distraction.
- Make sure that you are one of those priorities
2. Readjust all elements in your life to fit the priorities list
- Be mindful that as you grow and develop your list will shift. So do not be alarmed when what was important is no longer
3.Put List into Action
- Put a time limit on your goals to assist with finishing. Remember finishing is better than starting.
Your priority list will help you declutter your mind, body, and soul. Decluttering requires sacrifice and a heart to let go. Don’t be afraid to let go, clear your heart and mind and make room for more.
May God be with you on your Journey sister. Love Always Mrs. Naomi Waller