31 Days of Wellbeing: Day 10

Day 10 of 31 Days of Wellbeing

Perhaps you’ve had a tough week, and sometimes that can make you feel like giving up on happiness and wellbeing. It can be easy to wallow in the sadness/anger that you feel because in some ways, that’s actually easier than pulling yourself back into the light.

Let’s make an effort today to move towards the light (or further if you’ve had a positive week!), rather than deeper into stormy clouds. A good start is focusing on an activity which might improve your wellbeing…and that is where I can help!

“Clutter is not just physical stuff. It_s old ideas, toxic relationships and bad habits. It_s anything that does not support your better self” Eleanor Brown

Yes, it is time to declutter. The hardest part about cleaning and decluttering is getting started. I find as soon as you get started, you can get into the flow and you might even start to enjoy it! Put on that happy playlist you created yesterday so it becomes something more fun.

Don’t make this an overwhelming task – just aim to declutter or clean one room in the house today. If you do more, great, but it can be tiring and you might be very busy today, so even if it is one area in a room, that is awesome!

At the same time, I want you to also focus on decluttering your mind. Let’s face it, that is more important than our physical surroundings. I ask you to start with the physical but it can make mental decluttering much easier when you look around a clear room. Declutter your mind of negative thoughts and anything that doesn’t resemble self-love. It’s not easy, but make a conscious effort today to push away this darkness when it starts to inch into your mind.

Good luck and happy decluttering!




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