Creativity is one of the most important elements of human progression and development. To live an amazing life, a life you can be proud of, a life that leaves you feeling and saying, “yes, I am actualizing my full potential,” you need to tune into your creativity and after that, use the insight you gain to implement changes in your life and the world.
One key thing that hinders the maturity of creativity, as well as the ability to implement the insight brought about by creative thinking, is clutter. Mental and physical clutter not only keeps you from thinking creatively about solutions to your most pressing problems, but also from actualizing the solutions your mind presents to you.
In order to experience a life full of joy, peace, tranquility, and daily progress, we need to eliminate mental and physical clutter from our lives. While this prospect seems difficult—especially to someone who can’t seem to stick to decluttering—with the right attitude, tools, tips, and strategies, decluttering can be a simple endeavor that when practiced for as little as 5 minutes a day, can become a healthy, lifelong habit that changes and shapes a better life for you and those around you.