The focus of this small simplicity challenge is to help you find calm before bedtime so you can sleep better at night.
Your challenge for today is to declutter your bedroom.
For many of us, our bedroom is our safe haven.
It’s a place for us to unwind, relax, sleep, love. A place that should be calming, restorative and inviting.
You may watch TV in there, practice yoga, have a corner of your bedroom with a desk for working or studying or even to hide from the kids (or is that just me?!).
The last thing your bedroom should be is cluttered, busy, distracting, disturbing or visually unattractive.
If this is the case, how can you expect to get a proper night’s sleep, find a quiet meditative space or get that important studying or work done?
Today, I’d like you to spend 10 minutes decluttering your bedroom.
Your bedroom has to work for you, whatever you need it to do for you.
Think about how you use the space and what you need to keep in the room.
Feel what a difference it makes to your heart and mind at bedtime when your bedroom is clear and clutter-free.
Thank you for joining me in this small simplicity challenge.
You can find more small simplicity challenges here.