How to Make Better Decisions When Decluttering

Have you ever been faced with a decision that you have thought upon and thought upon and just can’t seem to come up with an answer?

Now your stress level has increased and you feel a headache coming on.

In “Psycho-Cybernetics, A New Way to Get More Living Out of Life” written by Maxwell Maltz, says that sometimes you just need to walk away from the decisions. Taking a nap or a good nights sleep will help you tremendously and help you come up with your answer.

The same applies when decluttering your home.

Sitting amongst a pile of clutter for an entire day is really not the best way to make good decisions about what to keep or get rid of.

More than likely you will start  to keep more and more the longer you try to work. Your efforts are being sabotaged by the amount of decisions that you are trying to face.

Action: I recommend taking 15 to 20 minutes a day ,decluttering your home, working through maybe one stack of papers, a shelf on a book shelf, a kitchen drawer, or maybe a small box that needs to be sorted.

Do only 15 to 20 minutes of work a day!

Train your brain and keep on doing a little bit every day.

Not only will this help reduce the amount of stress in decluttering, decisions made in one day, and a whole lot of headaches but it will help you pick up the habit of only working 15 to 20 minutes a day on the maintenance of an already organized space.

As you are working your 15 to 20 minutes a day, you might want to think about finding or buying a timer to use. Timers are great for  getting the most out of your time by you not having to look at a clock every couple of minutes to see if your time is up.

Here are some really great timers that I have come across that you might want to check out.

If you need a little help to get you started in the sorting process, then sign up for your FREE printable pdf and let “Dr. Kost be your guide”.

If you have any comments I would love to hear them, just leave a comment below.

Remember…We’re breaking the chains of life’s frustration and chaos and soaring to freedom!


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