Hope you are having a lovely week! I randomly came across this article in my Instagram feed the other day. It offers a unique perspective on the clutter and unfinished projects in our lives. An incomplete project or a closet full of unsorted clothes can create piles of hidden, unpleasant feelings in our home that we have to look at and feel every day.
As I read through this article, the clutter concept and correlating negative feelings really resonated with me. Thankfully the author also offers solutions for how to clear out each negative feeling from your home. I hope you give it a read and find it as helpful as I did.
My Feeling stuck? Guilty? Overwhelmed? Try clearing these feelings out of your home
by: Ingrid Fetell Lee
True confession: Next to my bed I have a little bit of guilt.
It comes in the form of a notebook I purchased to capture my baby’s first months. I had grand plans of logging notes about every “first” as a way to capture those moments which slip by so quickly. But amidst getting my bearings as a pandemic parent, it was hard to keep up with it and it’s sat unopened for months. What started out joyful has turned into a source of guilt for me, one I confront every time I get in and out of bed.
Along with clutter, our emotional baggage can get stored in our homes — often in plain sight — and clearing it out of our homes can help us feel more positivity and ease.
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