After admitting having previously suffered from post natal depression, I went on a health kick which included giving up coffee - something I thought I would never be able to stick with. (I have). Add to this, the fact that I've swapped my coffee caffeine intake for veggie juice; I feel more energised than ever
clearly free from depression, and now able to type little
I'm wondering if my new energy levels may also be down to clearing out clutter? It all started one Sunday morning with the realisation that our grand plans for an extension would need to be scaled down somewhat, due to the thought of how rapidly our funding would be swallowed up by the hole in our back garden. It continued when we finally decided to part with a much loved piece of furniture. It's still going on. Car booting, Ebay and the tip, all recently featuring in my LIFE AS IT IS. Oh and if that hasn't been chaotic enough, on top of that, Graham & Brown allowed us to redecorate the girls bedrooms - post on its way - I was staggered at the amount of
In all honesty though, it was time for a clear out. No, seriously, it was time for a clear out. Our house build is suddenly all systems go. (It was intended for March 2016, but the builder had a cancellation). A ground floor extension and kitchen knock through. Probably just as well I'm feeling more energy these days right? Heck, I'm gonna need it.
I think the point I'm trying to make here is this:
Change is good.
Create space around you, and create head space.
Create calm around you, and create calm within.
Get rid of unwanted baggage at home, and get rid of unwanted baggage in your heart.
Physically and mentally, clear it all out. Show it all the door.