Clear your head
It’s funny how we can think and make better decision when our mind feels uncluttered. When you consider the expanse of the human mind to imagine, it is hard to comprehend that such, almost infinite, vastness could nearly grind to a halt by a couple of disturbing or overwhelming thoughts.
It’s not only what we think that could cause clutter, the environment around us also contributes to this. Noisy children, a cluttered house, a cluttered work area, inconsistent schedules etc. could block the mind from focus.
There are two main ways to deal with the clutter, the first one involves tidying up. Take a look at everything and decide where they should go then put them there, whether mentally of physically. The second way to deal with it is to ignore it and carry on with life as if the clutter were not there.
Depending on your personality type, you may either do something about the clutter or just ignore it so you can function at your best. Take out time to understand how you respond when faced with any type of clutter and how you would clear your head, for such knowledge is vital for you to keep up progress in you life.