Spring cleaning is so much more than clearing out our closets and changing our linens. It helps us prepare our space (and ourselves) as we shift into a new season of our lives. This week, episode 152 of the Positively Living Podcast is about the 3 areas of your life you need to spring clean!

In this episode of the Positively Living Podcast, I’m sharing what clutter is, as defined by Peter Walsh, and giving you actionable steps to take right now to spring clean the things that are blocking you from the life you want to live. 

I cover the following topics:

  • The most important question to ask when assessing your clutter. 
  • Finding your purpose and using it as a filter to align all of your actions to who you are and what you’re meant to be doing. 
  • Making sure your systems, processes, and routines are still supporting you in the right way. 
  • Evaluating the people you surround yourself with, keeping those who support and make you feel good and “decluttering” the ones who don’t. 

Spring cleaning in a physical sense can have a profound impact on your health and wellness, but I encourage you to think about how this ritual can apply to every aspect of your life, outside and in. 

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Organize a Space You Love with Crystal Nerpel | Positively Productive Systems LLC

6 Reasons Why Decluttering Is a Form of Self-care | Positively Productive Systems LLC

Letting Go of the Weight of Grief with Sherry Trentini | Positively Productive Systems LLC

7 Ways We Sabotage Our Happiness and Productivity | Positively Productive Systems LLC

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