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Elizabeth Scott, M.S.

De-Clutter Your Life This Year

By January 19, 2013

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Because January is "Get Organized" Month, it's a great time to organize all areas of your life. Aside from the toll that clutter can take in terms of stress, you can get closer to your goals and create extra happiness in your life by getting organized with your time, your priorities, and your baggage. The following resources can help you with these things. I'd like to encourage you to take the first step now!
  • Organize Your Life By Cutting The Lifestyle Clutter
    Life coaches often help their clients cut out their "tolerations"--those time and energy drains we put up with in our lives that end up stressing us and draining us of motivation and energy we need for areas of our lives that really matter. Here's some free life coach advice on how to identify your tolerations and start eliminating them now!

  • How To Manage Your Time
    If you feel like you're always busy and don't have enough time to do what you'd like to do, these tips can help you to weed out the less-vital time drains from what's really important.

  • Unhealthy Habits To Leave Behind
    While you're uncluttering your life, you may want to work on cutting out some bad habits as well. These 5 common bad habits are things we tend to do when we're stressed. The problem is that they often cause us more stress than the initial stress we were trying to eliminate! Here are some habits to avoid, and tips on how to avoid them.

  • Goal Management For Stress Relief
    Setting and maintaining the right goals can help you in every area of your life. Here are resources on how to set the right goals, reach them, and maintain them long-term.

  • Ongoing Stress Management Resources
    From free newsletters, polls and free e-courses, to quizes that can help you to find resources for your personality, these stress management resources can help you to manage your stress and de-clutter your psyche.

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