Clutter makes us believe lies about ourselves. Let's talk about one severely underestimated way you can learn how to declutter your self judgment.

How to declutter your self judgment

Clutter makes us believe lies about ourselves.

Let’s talk about one severely underestimated way you can learn how to declutter your self judgment. If you’re new here this might surprise you. If you’re not new here, you’ll know exactly what I am going to say.

Decluttering is one of the most powerful ways to declutter our self judgment. Clutter makes us believe things like we are a hot mess. We are unorganized, irresponsible, lazy and worse.

Clutter can often make us feel like we aren’t even good moms, or we are bad sisters, wives and friends. I am here to tell you, that’s just not true. You likely are just too overwhelmed by your clutter and it’s sending you into a downward spiral. 

Let me know if this sounds familiar.

You wake up – see the messes from yesterday, get right into the motions of yesterday. The day starts by cleaning up the same messes, falling further behind, looking around at all the things you have to do. Then  you make it mean something about you. Something from the list above.

Because you start the day that way, you might yell, get angry at the kids, frustrated, can’t find what you’re looking for. You are rushed and feeling frantic.

Then you make that mean even more about you.

You feel like a mean mom, a nagging wife. It’s like all the pressure is on you because if you don’t do it it doesn’t get done. Unless you nag and beg.

Finally, it’s the end of your day. You are tired, rushed, still behind, still not getting help, still didn’t connect with your kids and family like you wanted to. You did a lot all day long. Yet, you aren’t quite sure what it was. 

So you veg out, stay up too late just trying to self soothe and get some down time, then wake up and do it again.

The clutter in your home is the spark that sends you spiraling out of control in this way. 

The messes, the pointless to do lists. It’s the spark that starts the fire.

What if you just eliminated that spark?

How much pressure would it take off of you to cut your do list by 40% at LEAST?

This is from a statistic floating around that I saw somewhere but don’t remember where .

How much nicer would you be to yourself? Your family?

Decluttering really frees this up for you.

And yes, decluttering can feel hard, but it can be really simple. I am hosting a one week FREE challenge called release your clutter like a powerful mother on Monday 5/3/2021 inside of the Facebook group!!

Come join us in learning how to powerfully release your clutter, get support, give support, have fun and transform your home and in turn LIFE and one season of motherhood that you get.

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[1:39] – what our clutter makes us think

[2:30] – Krista’s real life example

[5:54] – are you in this cycle?

[6:10] – what is the spark for this cycle

[6:52] – question for you

[8:27] – what if you just got rid of those things?

[9:46] – statistics say that when families declutter 40% of their to-do list is eliminated

[11:12] – how decluttering transformers your life.

[12:19] – getting clear

[12:29] – one week free challenge May 3-10 inside the motherhood simplified facebook group “release your clutter like a powerful mother” (or in your email) https://www.facebook.com/groups/2010014145929427/?ref=share

[14:11] – let’s do it together

Full transcription here

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[1:39] – what our clutter makes us think 

 

[2:30] – Krista’s real life example 

 

[5:54] – are you in this cycle? 

 

[6:10] – what is the spark for this cycle 

 

[6:52] – question for you 

 

[8:27] – what if you just got rid of those things? 

 

[9:46] – statistics say that when families declutter 40% of their to-do list is eliminated 

 

[11:12] – how decluttering transformers your life. 

 

[12:19] – getting clear 

 

[12:29] – one week free challenge May 3-10 inside the motherhood simplified facebook group “release your clutter like a powerful mother” (or in your email) https://www.facebook.com/groups/2010014145929427/?ref=share

 

[14:11] – let’s do it together

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