by Lili Pettit, Founder Clutter Healing®, Inc.
I think it’s safe to say that our inboxes are more crowded than ever these days. With the recent pandemic and stay at home orders, online offerings, and brands letting us know about them, have given many of us reason to reevaluate what we are allowing into our digital houses.
To give you more time and space to do the things you love, let’s eliminate the extra incoming emails by answering the three very simple questions outlined below. With any luck, simply unsubscribing will give you back that 15-20 min a day you didn’t think you had to meditate, exercise or enjoy a phone call with a loved one.
Ask yourself these three questions:
Does it inspire me? Inspiration can come in the form of a laugh or smile, or it can be a call to act and engage.
Does it inform me? It should provide at least one helpful tip or useful piece of information every time you receive it.
Does it align with who I am? The subscription should reflect who you are right now and who you strive to be in the near future. It should serve your current interests, needs, wants and goals.
If the answer is NO to all three, it’s time to unsubscribe!
These questions work for every type of subscription: paper or digital, newsletter or newsfeed. If you answered no to all of the above and you’re keeping these follows, feeds or subscriptions ‘just in case,’ give yourself permission to let go. Have the courage to unsubscribe and unfollow right now. Trust that after you clear out these distractions, the time, space and information you want to attract will have a place to land.
About Lili Pettit
Lili Pettit is an intuitive expert organizer, a breathwork healer and a mother. Pettit takes a holistic approach while working one-on-one with clients to identify and uncover emotional attachments to their possessions. She leads clients on a gentle and effective journey toward living an organized and aligned life. Stay connected with Lili by visiting her website www.clutterhealing.com and giving her a follow on her Instagram.