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Self Care Sunday: 10 Reason Why Decluttering is a form of Good Self-Care

I kinda abandoned this series for awhile but guess who’s back? Self-care Sunday is back baby! I have read tons of article online stating that “decluttering” is a form of self-care. Of course, I could not agree more. Try to imagine yourself walk into a room filled with stuffs. Things scattered around the room, on the floor, on the desk. You probably will feel suffocated. This could be avoided with performing decluttering. However, before I further proceed, I must say that not everyone fancies a white and grey walls nor furniture. Every individual has their own personal preference.

Things that we have accumulated over times actually things that we did not “need”. All the things did not serve any good purpose in our life. It merely exist to cloud our judgement to buy new things or add up into our “to clean” list.

So, below are my 10 good reasons why “decluttering” is a form of good self-care.

  1. It helped to reduce things that no longer benefit to us. Why would we keep things that did not bring us joy? Ask yourselves.
  2. It shorten the “to clean” list. I mean, hello? Don’t you want to spend more time with your family and love one rather than cleaning the entire house because you just have too many? Yep, I think so (too).
  3. You will be more mindful on your spending habit. This is true for myself. I have this thing when a sudden inspiration hit and I want to explore new things and buy new stuffs. At the end, I didn’t even do it. Tsk
  4. Space. More space for better future, better you and better everything. Trust me on this.
  5. Less anxiety and depression relapse. When things were so messy, I tend to get superb high on anxiety. So, decluttering helped to reduce it. When I declutter things, I feel extremely calm. Or maybe I’m just obsessed.
  6. Decluttering help you to find “home” for your things. Often, when there is too many things around, you are unable to appreciate all the things that you love.
  7. Its good for the Instagram. I won’t lie that white and clean background seduce attract me more.
  8. Decluttering helped to increase productivity and creativity.
  9. It also helped to suppress your hoarding tendency. Decluttering is encourage to help those with hoarding problem before it got worse.
  10. Decluttering is free. Its only required your time. Imagine an hour decluterring session will shorten your cleaning time by 10 minutes. Wow, just wow.

Some people (sometimes myself) have an attachment to things that make me hard to declutter or let it go. However, as I let go things, I feel so much relief. If you haven’t done any decluttering yet, I suggested you spend some of your time to do. It will help you in many area that you didn’t even thought of. Till then xo

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6 Comments

  • Rasya

    It’s hard to throw things even though deep in your heart, you know that you wouldn’t not use it anymore.

    August 5, 2018 at 11:23 AM Reply
    • Frydolina Fay

      Right?! But I hate cleaning so I have to force myself to declutter HAHA

      August 5, 2018 at 2:36 PM Reply
  • jesssjustine

    Started to declutter for quite awhile and so far so good. I can get rid of my the things that I don’t use but I can’t get rid of my clothes. Byk yg I dont wear tpi baju la yg susa sy mo declutter cos semua pun I look good in huhuhuhu..

    August 5, 2018 at 9:02 AM Reply
    • Frydolina Fay

      Sama lah, dulu pun sy like that bebeh.. then sy start the project 333 challenge terus sy nampak mana yg sy x pakai then sy x miss pun during the challenge hehehe maybe can give a try itu project 333 hehe manatau can help..

      August 5, 2018 at 2:34 PM Reply
  • Emmitchell M. Sung

    Masih mencuba utk mengemas haha 1 kali dtg mood, 50 kali xda mood next time ???

    August 5, 2018 at 8:57 AM Reply
    • Frydolina Fay

      Take your time hehehe sy start by section, yg paling senang dulu kenen hahaha once ko sdah start terus ko mau continue continue hahaha

      August 5, 2018 at 2:32 PM Reply

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