One of the teams I belong has weekly challenges to work on. (I belong to the starfish) The last two weeks we have been working on de cluttering.
I thought how much more can I go though and toss or take to Goodwill.
I came up different type of de cluttering I going to work on de cluttering my mind. We talk about setting aside me time ,which to me is doing something we enjoy we often put off as we claim we are to busy to fit our day.
So this week I have set time aside to do a few minutes to de clutter my mind.
I working on de clutter my mind of the stuff wandering around in my mind of the things I stress about that I can not change as we work,though the virus and all the drama of 2020.
I am going to work on packing all that clutter pack it up and dump it in the trash.
This clutter has caused sleepless nights binge eating and a gain of 5 pounds.
I was just 8 pounds from my goal weight of 135 pounds.
I know that this clutter will be a harder to pack up than the stuff we collect
its so much easier to load the stuff in the trunk of the car and take stuff to GoodWell.
I come this far I going to win this mind de clutter game . I need to remind my self all I can control is my own little space around me. Work and change what can and leave the other stuff.
A spark friend shared this
If you can't eat it
Or play with it
then pee on it and
I changed a few words to help me work on this project
If I can’t change it
Or solve it
Pray about it and let it go.
So I have a peaceful day and eat healthy
It’s only hurting me when I let the noise enter my mind.
Life is a constant series of adjustments- it flows like a river Catherine Pulsifer, from Many Blessings
Minds are like parachutes; they work best when open.:” Thomas Dewar
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