MIND CLUTTER AND HOW TO PREVENT IT

Yesterday, I was in my office and my University sent me an email to re – enrol for next year. My current university status is ‘deferred’ because I went travelling.

Whilst I was overseas I experienced the whole ‘find myself’ thing and although I was having mild internal turmoil while I was away, I realised that I LOVE writing, I could write for hours and well…studying commerce doesn’t equate to content creating.

Yesterday I received the enrolment email and questioned my drive to go back and study Commerce, because, well..I have 0 interest in analytics and accounting and law and i’ve decided that I want to do a uni degree that is more to my talents like Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations)

My brain went into over drive and my mind turned into clutter once I realised all of the things I had to do before I was able to transfer uni degree into Public Relations.

MIND CLUTTER CAN BE CATEGORISED AS HAVING TOO MANY THOUGHTS IT BECOMES DIFFICULT FOR YOUR MIND TO PROCESS

Many people relate mind clutter to having a bad day so they just drink some water and get over it and it’s very important to remember that if your mind isn’t functioning properly…nothing will

It’s totally normal to have days where you’re not thinking properly, however, if you are always experiencing mind clutter and are unable to focus – theres probably a reason why.

SO WHAT CAUSES MIND CLUTTER?

  1. Stress
  2. Lack of sleep
  3. Mess
  4. Fear

HOW DO WE PRVENT MIND CLUTTER?

  1. Exercising: exercising stimulates endorphins – the bodies natural pain killers and mood elevators
  2. Adequate sleep (8-9 hours): establish a bed time ritual – sleep is the most important one of all! If you are having trouble relaxing and sleeping – THIS is made for you!!
  3. Eat healthy: foods like whole grains, protein, berries and vegetables can improve your mood and give you long lasting energy to get through the day
  4. Organise your space: Organisation provides a sense of ease and peace of mind

 

Take a deep breath, put away your phone, close your laptop.

Try not to look into it too much, as most of the time, your mind clutter can be as simple as your messy room.

 

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