Ok, so clutter can take many different forms – it can be both physical and emotional.
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Emotional clutter can take a variety of different forms. Think of how guilt, regret, fear, worry and toxic relationships can consume our thoughts. These become emotional clutter when they start holding us back from truly living life.
Negative self-talk is a prime example of emotional clutter. We really are our own worst critics!
If we continuously think that we’re not good enough, smart enough, strong enough, pretty enough, slim enough… you get my point… we’re going to start believing these things about ourselves. And opportunities to be embraced become challenges to be avoided.
It’s not easy ridding ourselves of emotional clutter, but it’s a journey we should take.
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