“Help! I’m buried in spring cleaning!”
Are you having trouble finding your way out of the mess you created trying to get your spring cleaning done?
“Guilty as charged!”
When you pass through a transition in your life, sometimes the cleaning is so bitter sweet that it stirs up your world physically, mentally and spiritually.
I want to encourage you to keep on pushing through the mess until you bring your home the harmony that you deserve.
When you pull out all the assorted accumulation from the past, you may find that you can’t just toss it away and move on.
People make a living out of helping others get organized because it is a challenging thing to do for those who aren’t.
If you are highly efficient and organized, then I salute you!
If you aren’t, don’t sweat it! Start from your bedroom and work your way out.
When the first and last thing you see every day is clean and organized, the rest of your life will become more clean and organized.
Why should you care about cleanliness?
I mean you wouldn’t want to smell, so you shower everyday, but the house work just never stops and is always going to be there, right?
Is there really any health benefit to spring cleaning?
How in the world can pulling everything out of the closet and making a bigger mess possibly help?!
For years I felt that spring cleaning was a waste of time. Heck, spring cleaning was a dirty word!
This spring, I am embracing the season with a thorough purging of things un-needed.
At 44, with my daughters giving me teenage challenges and my little 4 year old boy struggling to get a word in edge wise, spring cleaning stirred up the realization that I have passed into a new chapter in my life.
This year I feel a need to pull all that “stuff” out of the boxes and see if I truly need to keep holding on to it.
The process brought up many old memories that I would rather not remember. It made me realize that I still harbor anger over events that happened a long time ago.
My anger is more irritation than rage, but when the “old stuff” reminded me of events from the past, and old anger surfaced, I was very aware that I had just released energy that had been harming me.
My light mood for the past week has reminded of the huge benefits gained from stirring up old feelings and releasing them all over again. It wasn’t the first time, and it probably won’t be the last.
Every time you cause old emotions to surface so that you can release them you improve your emotional health.
Without emotional health you aren’t healthy!
You are what you think, say and do.
Free yourself of old energy and get ready for a brighter more beautiful place to wake up everyday.
Your external world can have a big effect on your health…
3 Tips For Improving Your Emotional Health
- Clean your room
- Smile frequently
- Get the garbage out of your diet
If you are presently eating mostly processed foods you can’t expect shining emotional health.
Without a healthy diet plan you won’t nurture your emotional health. You are what you eat, too!
When you finish your house, give your diet a good make over.
I use a supplement that I’ve head really great success with. It gives me energy and helps my little guy learn.
Give it a try and see if Vemma nutritional supplements don’t make a world of difference for you!
Carrie Tucker, RCP
The Life Breath Coach
Heart Failure Solutions
PS– Remember everyday:
Relax and Release tension
Be active in a way that adds joy to your life
Plus pure water ~whole foods~sunshine~and laughter