Take a break from sprint decluttering and instead look around your home and notice the items that call out, “I’m waiting for you!”
For example, hobby supplies that aren’t getting used, the stack of recipes you’ve printed off the Internet but haven’t cooked, the pile of books beside your bed.
How many of these things are should do’s? (But, if you haven’t done it, maybe it doesn’t have to get done.)
Do other things fall into the want to category? What do you have to do to allow yourself the time to do some of these desired activities? In all those want to tasks are there fun, enjoyable actions? (Taking the time to use drawing supplies, knit that shawl, take pictures, bake the cake, etc.)
Can you give yourself time to do those types of pleasurable activities?
Susan, chief (and only) organized squirrel at A Less Cluttered Life, pursues learning, practicing, and sharing information about the everyday habits that can lead to living a better life.