Start to check in on your clutter

Been reviewing what clutter do I keep.

This is inspired by the Minimalists.

  • Busyness, obsessed over details and tidiness.
  • Strong attachment to schedules.
  • Unsupportive self-narrative, tight grip on diminishing gender socialisation stories.
  • “Be nice”

The list gets long.

Breaking the pattern that keeps draining my energy. It could be both fun & practical for this period.

Fun: How would I react to this change when I declutter?
Practical: C’mon, is it about time to break the pattern during this period of havoc?

What is more supportive of my mind and body?
Does being kind trumps being nice?
Why do I say those things to myself but not to my friends?

Let’s go, let’s do some cleaning. Let’s make some choices.

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Denise Tham

Denise Tham

The quality, not the longevity, of one's life is what is important. https://www.linkedin.com/in/deetee/ https://www.denisetham.com/

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