Einstein said… “A cluttered desk is the sign of a busy mind so what do we take from an empty desk?”
At present I am selling my house and need to be very uncluttered so that I can be out of my house to allow the agents to have open inspections and people coming through. In particular this means having an empty desk!
Oh my goodness, the impact of a minimal house and an empty desk is horrendous! I can’t find things and it is really hard to get started on my normal tasks
Yes I can still work effectively with clients because I have everything I need stashed away where I can get it out easily but writing newsletters is a challenge. I feel comfortable and creative when my normal clutter surrounds me. Then I look at my empty desk and I feel blank which is why I did not write a newsletter last week.
My kitchen is pretty blank and uncluttered also. The bench-tops only contain a microwave, electric jug and my coffee machine. I am making sure the fridge has a selection of healthy stuff to cook so the blankness doesn’t flow into my meals.
My son visited me three weeks ago to assist in the tidy up and downsizing. He has finally taken things of his that I have lugged around for almost 30 years but when he was washing up after dinner he wanted the sink plug… These were put away somewhere of course.
I still need lots of clients please to keep my mind busy and normal and overcome the blank. So if you know people who need my services please do both them and me a service and send them to me. This is especially for all those of you who have come to me for very successful outcomes.