1. De-clutter your space
If you have a chair or a corner in your room where you pile up all your junks, it’s time to take the advice of “tidy space, tidy mind”. You may not notice the effects of a messy space, but clutter and excess can indirectly cause stress, anxiety and depression. While cleaning up your space seems like simple housework, de-cluttering can have a really positive impact on your life as it gives a sense of letting go excess “stuff” as though a weight is lifted from your life. It also helps you to focus better as a clean space means less of your mental capacity is taken up managing the items you own, allowing you to have more ability to focus and concentrate.
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