With all the madness going on in the world outside and the fact that we're all staying at home practicing social distancing, it easy to get bored. This is the perfect time to sort out your home. What a better way to spend your time than organizing the place you'll stay in for the unforeseeable future? Get yourself ready and follow this list of things you should declutter and organize so your home, and your life can become a place you actually don't mind spending a lot of time in.

With all the madness going on in the world outside and the fact that we're all staying at home practicing social distancing, it easy to get bored. This is the perfect time to sort out your home. What a better way to spend your time than organizing the place you'll stay in for the unforeseeable future? Get yourself ready and follow this list of things you should declutter and organize so your home, and your life can become a place you actually don't mind spending a lot of time in.
  • Skin-care you don't use anymore or that has only a little bit that you've been telling yourself to use for months now
  • Forks, knives, and spoons
  • Old or ripped linen
  • USB Drives and External hard drives
  • Old Underwear that is too small/big, ripped or uncomfortable
  • Pajamas and loungewear
  • Unneeded keys on your keychain
  • Pens or markers that are not working
  • Expired or unused makeup
  • Old or unused tech and cords  

 With all the madness going on in the world outside and the fact that we're all staying at home practicing social distancing, it easy to get bored. This is the perfect time to sort out your home. What a better way to spend your time than organizing the place you'll stay in for the unforeseeable future? Get yourself ready and follow this list of things you should declutter and organize so your home, and your life can become a place you actually don't mind spending a lot of time in.
  • Spices that you don't reach for. And organize the ones that remained.
  • Old or unnecessary documents
  • Random product boxes you have laying around in your home
  • Books you know you won't read or refer back to anymore
  • Old or unused notebooks and journals
  • Clear out your downloads folder on your computer
  • Clothes that are in bad shape or that don't fit you
  • Unfollow people who don't resonate with you anymore
  • Promotional items people give you like pens, stress balls, pamphlets and stuff of that sort
  • Anything that has a thick layer of dust on top needs to go. Dust means you haven't been using that thing, so it needs to go
A lot of these things like unused makeup, skincare, and unread books don't need to go into the trash. Make sure you either give them to family members, friends or donate them to shelters in your area.


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 With all the madness going on in the world outside and the fact that we're all staying at home practicing social distancing, it easy to get bored. This is the perfect time to sort out your home. What a better way to spend your time than organizing the place you'll stay in for the unforeseeable future? Get yourself ready and follow this list of things you should declutter and organize so your home, and your life can become a place you actually don't mind spending a lot of time in.  With all the madness going on in the world outside and the fact that we're all staying at home practicing social distancing, it easy to get bored. This is the perfect time to sort out your home. What a better way to spend your time than organizing the place you'll stay in for the unforeseeable future? Get yourself ready and follow this list of things you should declutter and organize so your home, and your life can become a place you actually don't mind spending a lot of time in.

One word that I feel could describe pretty much everyone's state of mind right now is overwhelm. The best thing you can do when feeling overwhelmed it to bounce back, not give up. Bouncing back is better than not doing anything altogether. Today I'm going to show you how you can tackle your feeling of overwhelm and get back on track with your life.


One word that I feel could describe pretty much everyone's state of mind right now is overwhelm. We're all overwhelmed by all the news on the TV, all the changes we have to make in our daily lives to adjust to the current state of the world, and just everything really. And figuring out what to do when these feelings of overwhelm overpower us can be a bit difficult, if not daunting.
The best thing you can do when feeling overwhelmed it to bounce back, not give up. Bouncing back is better than not doing anything altogether. Today I'm going to show you how you can tackle your feeling of overwhelm and get back on track with your life.

Start with a braindump

I've talked about braindumping before here on the blog, but I don't think I've ever explained how important it actually is. Braindumping is pretty much putting your thoughts down into paper. It provides relief to your brain, thus making you feel instantly less overwhelmed
Grab a piece of paper or open your favorite note-taking app and write down all the things that you need to do, things you need to remember and pretty much everything that comes up to your mind.

Filter distractions

Now it's time to start working on the tasks you've written down in your braindump. To do so effectively, you must eliminate any distractions around you. Start with the most obvious one: your phone. Put your phone on silent mode and away from you. Put in in a drawer or, even better, in another room.
If you're doing a task on your computer, close any tabs that have nothing to do with the task at hand. It's very easy to get distracted by YouTube or any other social media platform. You begin scrolling down and next thing you know 2 hours have passed.



One word that I feel could describe pretty much everyone's state of mind right now is overwhelm. The best thing you can do when feeling overwhelmed it to bounce back, not give up. Bouncing back is better than not doing anything altogether. Today I'm going to show you how you can tackle your feeling of overwhelm and get back on track with your life.

Clean out your space

A tidy space is a tidy mind. A messy space, on the contrary, equals a messy mind.
Having a clean space where you can work out might seem like such a small thing but trust me when I say it's super important. I can't work properly if the space I'm in is all messy.
Make sure you tidy your space at least once a day. It doesn't have to take long either. Just take 10 minutes of your day to clear out stuff. Make your bed, pick up those socks from the floor, throw those old papers out. It'll make you feel a lot better, I promise.

Take a break

Sometimes all you need is to take a break. Some tasks can be so daunting that you just feel like you have no control of things and your mind is just all over the place. The best thing to do then is to stop, leave that task and relax. Your brain needs rest too. Feeling overwhelmed sometimes can be resolved just by walking away for a while.


Schedule things in

It might sound weird to schedule in things when most of us are just at home all the time, but even at home humans need some kind of structure. Having a schedule to get back to helps your mind feel less overwhelmed as it knows exactly what to focus on at any given time. Time block your days on your google calendar and go by there.


What do you usually do when you feel overwhelmed?

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Self-care is different for every person. Some people think of spa days as a self-care idea, others think if cleaning as a self-care idea. Self-care isn't a one-way track, it's doing what makes you feel good. In these uncertain times, self-care is extremely important, as it keeps you sane and at peace. More than ever, we need to take care of ourselves. Today, I've gathered 25 self-care ideas you can do right now.

Self-care is different for every person. Some people think of spa days as a self-care idea, others think if cleaning as a self-care idea. Self-care isn't a one-way track, it's doing what makes you feel good. In these uncertain times, self-care is extremely important, as it keeps you sane and at peace. More than ever, we need to take care of ourselves. Today, I've gathered 25 self-care ideas you can do right now.

Self-care is different for every person. Some people think of spa days as a self-care idea, others think if cleaning as a self-care idea. Self-care isn't a one-way track, it's doing what makes you feel good. In these uncertain times, self-care is extremely important, as it keeps you sane and at peace. More than ever, we need to take care of ourselves. Today, I've gathered 25 self-care ideas you can do right now.

  1. Drink tea
  2. Braindump all your to-do's
  3. Put on perfume
  4. Cook your favorite meal
  5. Put on a face mask
  6. Paint your nails
  7. Have a snack
  8. Drink a cup of water
  9. Read a few pages of a book
  10. Journal
  11. Stretch
  12. Have a shower
  13. Take a nap
  14. Make a smoothie
  15. Change your bedsheets
  16. Listen to your favorite song
  17. Exfoliate your body
  18. Meditate
  19. Light your favorite candle
  20. Face-time a friend
  21. Declutter your wardrobe
  22. Clean your makeup brushes
  23. Do a digital detox
  24. Plan your week ahead
  25. Watch an episode of your favorite show

What are your favorite self-care activities? 

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