Declutter Your Life #9


Hello lovely,

You may have noticed I have missed quite a few days of Blogtober and I thought I would kind of explain where my head has been and why I haven’t been able to post.

Sometimes, when everything is going well and according to plan, life hits you in the face. With a chair. Hard.

This is exactly what happened to me. I was going about my business, enjoying my daily life – I had a few complaints but nothing drastic, just menial stuff really. Then my world came crashing down around me and I had no idea why, I didn’t know where it had come from or where it was going, I was in a complete state of panic and my anxiety was through the roof.

I barely told anyone what was going on because I really don’t like to share things like that with people, sometimes it makes me feel weak. I promised myself I would do whatever it took to get my life back to how I liked it and when I was happy & thank goodness I managed!

So far this post has been quite blunt, dramatic and cryptic but the reason for this post is to let you know that actually, if it hadn’t have been for that smack in the face, with the chair, I wouldn’t be as happy as I am now.

I have made changes to my routine and my lifestyle, I appreciate more and complain less. I try my hardest each and every day to keep my promises. I have decluttered my brain and life of everything I thought mattered, but realised in those few days, it doesn’t matter at all!

What was a massive reality check for me may not seem like it applies to you or interests you in any way but by me sharing this, you might just notice a situation like this pop up in your life and you will remember that actually – it’s always for the best!

My life’s motto will always be : Everything happens for a reason.

16 Replies to “Declutter Your Life #9”

  1. I guess the lesson isn’t buy softer chairs… Life always has it surprises, it seems like you’re doing a good job of changing things when you need to. Being flexible in the way I think about things helps me avoid becoming stuck in a rut.

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  2. This was SUPER mysterious…. whatever it is, I’m so happy that you found a way to deal with it and I’m so glad that you’re feeling stronger now. Either way, your gang will always be here to support you through!! Lots of love xx

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  3. Hahaha I wish it was!
    I think that was my problem, I was happy being stuck in a rut and I didn’t even realise it, now I know and I’m changing my ways and adapting – I am happier than ever!

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  4. Haha thank you, just what I was aiming for – it’s an explanation without giving too much away except the ending 🙂
    I can’t thank you all enough for being there for me xxx

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  5. I’ve gone through times like this and it’s a complete 180 degree turn. But you live and you learned. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!

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