Ever feel like your brain is on overload? Like you can’t think clearly or make decisions easily? Stuck in circles going nowhere? If so, you might be dealing with a serious case of mental clutter.
What exactly is mental clutter? Well, my friend, mental clutter is when you have so many ideas and thoughts floating around in your head that you have trouble thinking clearly and making decisions.
If you’re anything like me, you tend to get overwhelmed on a daily basis. There’s just so much to do and not enough time to make it happen. The trouble is that we often perceive things as worse than they are because we keep thinking about them instead of taking action to solve our problems. When this happens, you know it’s time for a little mental detox.
Just as we declutter our homes and physical spaces, it’s also important to declutter your mind. When we free up some headspace, we’re able to feel calmer, think more clearly, and stay focused on our next move (whether it’s a life-changing decision or a small to-do list item).
In this post, I’m sharing five ideas to help you deal with mental clutter, reduce decision fatigue, and give yourself some headspace!