It's all to easy to come up with reasons to put off clutter clearing. The task seems never-ending, overwhelming, and time consuming! So, how do you find the motivation or reason to start?
There is no greater way to change your life than clearing away clutter.
Clutter is tricky. It can show up behind closed doors, in drawers, in closets, in your bag. Clutter can also take different forms, such as uncompleted tasks or projects.
Sometimes clutter represents the person we were (such as an old collection of items), rather than the person we are, or yet, the person we want to be.
To allow new opportunities in our lives, the very first step is clear that clutter!
Start small - no one is better at eliminating clutter than Marie Kondo. She breaks down the areas of our spaces into sections, tackling one at a time, with plenty of helpful tips.
Another approach to clutter clearing is a purposeful approach. If there is an area of your life that feels stagnant, or stuck, try a clutter clear. If you are trying to improve your life, start a new venture, improve relationships, try a clutter clear.
Simply find out which area of your home relates to your goal according to the Bagua.