De-cluttering can have so much impact on not only the energy of a space, but also on your mind. Psychologists and Feng Shui specialists agree! Honestly, I don’t know where I’d be amidst normal days, if I didn’t feel good in my home. Now many of us are in quarantine and it is really hard. How many of you feel depressed and anxious? How about overwhelmed or irritated with those around you?
Minimalism may be gaining popularity but not because it’s a trend. Psychologists and ancient Chinese Feng Shui specialists know just how much de-cluttering can improve your well-being. It’s something I have been studying and practicing for years! It has not only helped in how I feel but in how I think and what I purchase. Because of that, it has reduced my stress and spending habits insanely.
I wanted to make de-cluttering simple for you by creating a step by step walk-through of not only simplifying but styling your space as well. For the month of April, that guide is focusing on the kitchen. I’d love it if you’d give it a go and see how it improves your space and well-being!
For more tips on how to declutter your home or how to get started with mindful living, check out the Chelsey Home blog which is full of posts about simple holistic living and interior design.
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