mental decluttering

3 Tips for Mothers to Clear Mental Clutter

If you ask a mother, you will get to know what all goes in their mind throughout the day. Mothers have laundry to wash, meals to make, which makes them overwhelmed and tired at the end of the day. This was only physical work; let’s not even start with the number of things that go in their mind, which leaves them no energy to go down the self-pampering way. This is why mental de-cluttering for mom has become the need of the hour. 

8 Things You Can Do To Clear the Mental Clutter |

Like it’s important to de-clutter your home, it’s also important to clear out the mental clutter that has been bogging you down through the dark for months. So, what can mothers do to clear their minds and start their day fresh?

Go for a digital detox:   This is an effective way to clear your mental “digital clutter.” Mothers don’t even realize how much energy they spend zipping between different apps on the phone, texting people back, or checking all the online accounts. If you give social media detox a try, download all the data from your accounts and then deactivate your accounts ending the temptation to log back in.

Why You Should Do A Digital Detox for Your Mental Health

De-Clutter your physical space: Once you clear the physical clutter in your home, you will be able to clear the mental clutter as well. If you are overwhelmed, you can ask for professional help to clear your home from all the clutter.

Outsource something that you hate: Though it may sound silly, it is not. When we say outsource something you hate, we are talking about small things that add up your daily workNote down the tasks that you can outsource and keep them off your mental to-do list to enjoy a huge breath of fresh air.

How to know when to outsource something vs doing it yourself | by Peter  Shallard | Medium

All those beautiful moms out there follow these mental de-cluttering tips and get all set to feel fresh and active throughout the day.