Time to reduce the overwhelm, clutter and digital distraction

Reducing overwhelm clutter and digital distraction - Ever-changing Life of a Mum

As we head into the later part of the year, I always find life gets a little more hectic, or dare I even say, busy.

There just seems to be the constant feeling of unfinished business, although sometimes I’m not exactly sure what it is.

I’m often unable to totally switch off because of a niggling feeling that there is something else I need to do, if only I could put my finger on exactly what that something is.

My planner is exploding with appointments, to do lists and wish lists. The end of my kitchen bench is full of papers from school, the latest supermarket catalogue for this week’s meal planning inspiration as well as anything else that needs to be taken care of.

Last week, with my mind, my planner and my kitchen bench feeling in complete disarray, I decided it was time to reduce the overwhelm.

So far I have taken three simple steps…

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