Decluttering is unblocking
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I love taking action and I encourage everyone to keep moving forward as much as possible. But I understand that we are often pressured so much that we attach our worth to our productivity. So I also advocate for the need to step back and retreat and give ourselves the space to tap into our inner selves. And these past months, I’ve also been working on how to lessen the things I do instead of trying to fill in more space.
That’s why decluttering is so beneficial in our lives. Because the clutter in your life, no matter what it is (physical, mental, relationships), is blocking you from the things that you deserve or want to achieve. Plus, having a decluttered space gives you so much energy, relaxation, and more space to welcome the things that are important to you.
But here’s an additional benefit of decluttering: it could drastically improve your family’s finances like ours did.
We gained more through selling or trading our old stuff, and saved a lot of money by avoiding unnecessary purchases. And more importantly, it also developed my “abundance” mindset that made me feel content with the things that I already have. This prevented me from buying and chasing more stuff out of that “lack” feeling.
But did you know that there are two areas you need to declutter to help you increase your finances?
Join me in this episode to know how you can create more money by decluttering these two things!
Other life-changing lessons in this episode…
- Why gratitude welcomes more abundance
- How to “interact” with money
- Tips to declutter your purse
- Tips to clearing out your car
- More ways to increase finances through decluttering
“Decluttering welcomes more money.” – Renae Fieck
Remember that decluttering ripples into many areas of your life. So if you have a clear environment, schedule, and mind, it will be easier for you to move forward. (See also: Why decluttering changes your finances.)