Can Reducing Clutter Help You Lose Weight
Your living environment says a lot about the state of your health. People who often hold on to unnecessary items and allow it to collect in their home, car or office, will often hold on to excessive amounts of weight as well. A cluttered environment is often a sign of disorganization and scattered thinking. It's hard to manage your weight when you can't focus on other important areas of your life.
One of the first steps to take when thinking about losing weight or making healthy lifestyle changes is to evaluate how much clutter you have in your life. Not just in your home, but in all areas of your life. Clearing away negative thought patterns and establishing positive ones is an excellent place to start. Look at your job and find out ways you can improve your work environment. Clearing clutter from your home will also help.
Once you begin to notice changes taking place, evaluate your diet. Eliminate foods that only add clutter (unwanted calories) and replace them foods that offer additional nutritional support. Include snacks that boost your energy levels and add a supplement if you find out you are lacking in certain vitamins and minerals.
Take a close look at your schedule. Find out how you waste time. By eliminating those activities and replacing them with stretching exercises and other types of physical activity will help you burn away the excess calories that have been hanging around. Take the time to get to know your body and learn why you hold on to unnecessary weight. We all carry baggage of some sort. Relax. Clear your mind. Take a deep breath. Let it go and move forward.
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