Tag Archives: mental health
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June 25, 2019The connection between dental health and mental well-being

Although this blog post isn’t directly related to decluttering & organising, I like to throw in the odd one about health, mental health and some basic needs that some of us forget about. Dental health is one of those fundamental bits of self care. If we’re busy, it’s easy to neglect our teeth. Kate – […]

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October 21, 2018Less Clutter, More Content?

Why does mess lead to so much stress? Over-stimulation Lots of physical possessions in homes bombard people.  Much like a baby who feels overwhelmed with all the colour and noise of a large array of toys and instead chooses to play with a simple cardboard box, the senses can become overloaded and a longing for simplicity prevails. […]

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July 4, 2018Create a space in which to breathe

Inhale, exhale. Inhale, exhale. Breathing is at the base and core of who we are. There’s nowhere we should be able to breathe more freely, than at home. Our homes are like a magpie nest. We collect and collect all the things that we need, and those things that we think we need. Soon, our […]

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October 21, 2017Cry It Out

Cry: “To shed tears to express pain, grief or other emotion” The key words are shed and express – in other words, let go of something. Crying may have all sorts of connotations but it is a simply a physical tool to express an emotional experience.  Not only is it completely natural but it is unique to […]

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