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Journal Notes from Me to You I don't have enough...

I don't have enough...


How often you do say or think "I don't have enough ___" a day?

Do you wake up with first thoughts "Ugh I didn't get enough sleep" and end your day with "I didn't have enough time to get everything done today"

Add in all the in-between  statements: 

  • "I don't have enough time to eat well"
  • "I don't have enough time to myself"
  • "I don't have enough energy"
  • "I don't have enough coffee in me"
  • "I don't have enough money to ___"
  • "I don't have enough headspace to deal with ___"
  • "I don't have enough skills ___"

I just don't have enough!!!

Is this statement attached to a lot of your day-to-day thoughts? 

If so, this NEGATIVE statement is robbing joy and contentment from your life.   It can be a crutch for avoiding difficult things.  It can also be a barometer of how you are not choosing to align with your desired priorities. 

This Lack mentality takes up the space that Possibility should be holding and creates a cycle in your life that you really don't want to live.

I suspect maybe it is also part of your clutter woes and/or has become an anthem for keeping your clutter.

When the "I don't have enough ___" thought hits,

change the path your brain usually takes,

STOP and REPHRASE that thought into "I DO have enough ___"

Just changing your thoughts can change your actions. 

This is called a mindset shift and is very powerful.

Watch and see what this positive statement, reinforced over time, can accomplish in your actual day-to-day achievements as well as in your mental wellbeing! 

It will bring joy to you and your nest!

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I value all things HOME and at the heart of it, I value peace and good flow. Room to be, and room to grow.  That means we have to continually let go of stuff that we've collected and used in due time.  I help you get over the hurdles where you are stuck, with encouragement, wisdom, insight, and action.

I am your Declutter Coach,
Diane Berkers

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