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Are You Ready To Clean Up Your Act?

It’s Time to Get Tidy

Well, is the confetti from ushering in the New Year out of your hair and carpet yet?  If not, this might be a great time to consider doing a little cleaning up in all domains of your life.  On New Year’s day, a friend of mine texted me as asked if I had seen the Netflix series one of Marie Kondo’s “Tidying Up.”  I hadn’t for two reasons, one, I don’t have Netflix and two, the first day of the launch of the series was that day.  Coincidentally, I was making notes to share a series of posts with you, so I did some research on Marie’s series.  By the way, she is also the author of the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.  I don’t think that Marie’s series will make for riveting reality TV, but I do appreciate her concept of letting go of anything in your life that does not bring you joy.  I invite you to do your research on tidying up, and in the process, I hope you find a shit-load of joy and happiness.

Here, I offer you my first in a series and brief suggestions on areas of your life that will likely benefit from some clean-up.

Environment

1)  Desktop on your computer:

A cluttered desktop can be stressful.  Each time you look at it, you can launch yourself straight into overwhelm which is no way to start your day.  There are many apps and lifehacks to assist you in managing

Day 11 Create A Life You Love: Let Go Of Limitations

Let Go

At some point in our life, we all have a person, place or thing that we know we must let go of to evolve to our next level of living.  We will often hold on to whatever it is that is holding us back because we have concocted a story that helps us to argue for our limitations.  And then, our boundaries become our comfort zone which in turn causes us to be afraid to let go.  Being stuck is not good.  Staying stuck is a choice.

You Know In Your Gut

For years I remained in a relationship that was not thriving, and it indeed was not serving me.  I knew I must get out of the link to achieve my highest level of living.  However, I would make excuses up ’til the cows came home’ because I had great fear about ending the situation.  It had become a habit, a horrible habit.  It wasn’t until I decided and fully committed to taking my power back that I was finally able to let go of this limiting circumstance in my life.  I have never felt better.  I have never been freer.  Whatever it is that you KNOW that you MUST let go of, do it!

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Annie Create a Life You Love
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