practice the skill.
— Jim Rohn
Mental clutter is much like tangible clutter; it’s thoughts in your mental space and mind overwhelming you with to-dos, tasks, unnecessary thoughts, negative thinking, memories, and emotions.
Mental clutter may cause any number of symptoms, like lack of sleep, anxiety, and so much more.
For those of us who aren’t so in tune with ourselves, it may require some structure and practice to discover what’s running through our minds.
Learn the adverse effects of mental clutter on your well-baing and then let it go step-by-step.