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Here are key questions to ask if your living or working situation feels chaotic.
Are your spaces or areas cluttered or undefined? Do you have areas that frustrate you? Do you constantly scramble to find things? Have your habits derailed your de-cluttering efforts? Is it difficult to figure out how to change it to fit your specific needs? The key to feeling freedom where you live and work is to create intentions for areas, objects and spaces. If you want your areas to feel spacious, no matter where you live, peaceful, no matter what is happening in the outside world, convenient, and benefit, serve and nurture your life today then create intentional spaces.
Here is a simple and quick project you could do in as little as 15 minutes, to find freedom, convenience and relief in your spaces.
1. Take an object, space or area, clean and clear it out or off
For example: A night stand, shelf, counter, container, drawer, desk top, box, table, cabinet, or closet.
2. Create an intention for the space, area or object
For example: My intention for this area, spot, or corner is to only keep the things I use regularly. Or, my intention for this space, room or section is to keep only what motivates and inspires me. Or, my intention for this object, box, or container is to hold the things I use, but only need periodically.
3. Now, create your intention. Place only the items that match your intention in or on the space, object or area.
If an item is placed in or on a space you created and does not align with your intention your body will alert you. For instance, let’s say on your desk top you made an intention to only place items you use regularly and an item landed there that does not match your intention, it will create an uncomfortable feeling within your body until you remove it. Creating intentional spaces will allow you get and stay organized! The best part is when you feel in charge of your spaces you gain confidence in other areas of your life too! Yahoo for you!
Best wishes for FREEDOM in all areas of your life!
~Sandy Professional organizer and owner of Freedom for Clutter