Decluttering - June
Brought to you by Lineé our CLinical Psychologist and Gemma our NLp Practitioner.
Webinar on “Letting go of perfectionism”, presented by TMP psychologist, Lineé.
3-5 minute exercise.
1. What words come to mind when you think of decluttering? (Simplifying, freedom, clean…)
2. What part of my life could do with decluttering the most? These don’t have to be material things. For Ex: My thoughts, online space, bedroom, office, children’s bedrooms, kitchen cupboards, pantry.
Most of us rely on a to-do list to help us be productive and keep track of all the things that needs to get done during the day. However, we still carry a significant mental load.
Why start here? Because many of us (like when we receive a text message) have an alert when we get an email, or we see a notification of a new email when we open our phone. Email has to power to distract us from what we really want to be doing.
Just like we can hang on to material things that have served their purpose and is of absolutely no use to us anymore, we can also hang on to beliefs about ourselves that is not serving us and is standing in our way of achieving our full potential.
Following on from our online world decluttering exercise last week with our emails…
Facebook, Instagram, our photos and videos…
It’s a fact – clutter makes us feel anxious.
One of the foundation techniques that NLP has been built on and become well known for is the ‘modelling’ technique - and we as mothers can do it too.
Making decisions can take up a huge amount of mental energy and time, especially if we struggle to make them quickly and efficiently.