How To Declutter My Life And  Principles To Apply

How To Declutter My Life And  Principles To Apply

How To Declutter My Life And  Principles To Apply

Mark 10:20-21

Teacher,” he declared, “all these I have kept since I was a boy.”21 Jesus looked at him and loved him. “One thing you lack,” he said. “Go, sell everything you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.”

1. Create space for new energy.

 John 15:5  /2 Corinthians 10:3-5  /Colossians 1:29

Our homes are often extensions of ourselves, and the primary places for stale, old energy to become trapped. Target these specific spots to release the bad vibes and make room for something new.

Your closet.

Say goodbye once and for all to those pieces of clothing that no longer reflect who you are today. Donate them to someone who would be happy to have and use them, like a relative, your neighbors, or a local charity.


Your kitchen. (  TABLE OF GOD, not  a demonic table )

Rid your fridge and your cabinets (and your secret snack drawer) of the stuff that doesn’t make you feel like your best self. Create room to stock up on what fills you and fuels you.

Your desk.

Embrace your trash bin as a tool to let go of what’s blocking you, like those mounting piles of paper. Instead, go digital. File your documents in an online storage service like Google Drive or Dropbox. Use your newly cleared desk to showcase things that calm you, inspire you, and keep you motivated.

2. Clear your head.  ROMANS 12:2 /ROMANS 5:8 /HEBREWS 12:1-2

Leave old baggage behind, in favor of increased clarity, greater possibilities, and a more positive outlook overall.

Start a journal.

Write down your thoughts and reflections, so that you don’t have to carry them around in your head. Try Evernote for note-taking on the go, which means you won’t have to carry around paper or pens, either.


Release mental clutter for a good meditation, using an app like Calm to guide you through. Or try other forms of energy work. Go with what works for you.

Quiet the noise.

We all love our phones, but the constant buzzing, beeping, and ringing can add unnecessary chatter to our already crowded thoughts. Uninstall the apps that you never really cared for, leaving only the ones that you enjoy and use the most. At the very least, turn off those annoying notifications.

Refresh your inbox.

Take back control of your inbox by unsubscribing from the many email lists that you’re on but can’t remember why or how.

3. Reset your routines.

Give yourself a fresh start when it comes to your time and commitments.

Maximize your time.

Rework your morning ritual to boost your energy and help you conquer your most important goals each day. Create a nighttime routine that includes ample time to unwind, rest, and set yourself up for success the following morning.

Put you first.

Let go of outdated obligations, goals, and habits. Replace them with new intentions that match who you are now and where you are headed. Then try an app like to help you stay on track.

 Go back to your dreams, revisit it

As an act of self-care, create space for the people and things that light you up and keep you moving forward.

Your people.

Prioritize the positive figures in your life, by making time to nurture and grow those relationships. That said, take back your time and energy from those relationships that are no longer serving you.

Your passions.

Schedule some time to get lost in an activity that you love and enjoy. Set boundaries for work, and grant yourself time to play, as well.

Pastor Tita G. Maya

Pastor/Teacher/TV Host/Mentor/Intercessor

Pastor Tita G. Maya is a spirit filled, anointed woman of God. who has a divine mandate from God to proclaim HIS word to the nations that HE is the only GOD that can restore, revive, heals, and deliver you in every circumstance that every human being on this earth experiences. There is power, salvation, healing, deliverance, restoration, revival in JESUS’ NAME. Pastor Tita accepted JESUS as her LORD and SAVIOR on February 1983. Her love and passion for God made her an obedient servant and her courageous faith strengthened her relationship with the LORD.


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