I recently had to declutter my computer. For those of you that spend A LOT of time on their desktop, laptop, tablet, or cell phone know exactly what I mean. I had so many things on my MacBook that took up space and slowed it down. Though I have a terabit external hard drive, there were things on my laptop that I knew I didn’t want to remove completely. So I made excuses to keep everything on my computer and my external hard drive. But by doing that, I drove myself crazy. My computer moved so. slow. and didn’t perform as well as I wanted it to. So one day, I got fed up and started deleting things off my laptop and finally placed them on the external drive.
Life is just like that.
If you have a lot of unnecessary things in your world–people, relationships, or material items–remove it.
It’ll allow you to breathe better, perform better, and move at a faster pace. You could probably live without all of the “junk” you’ve been holding on to anyway. Analyze their purpose in your life to decide if they even have a tangible place in your present and future. If they don’t, you know what to do. It’s time for you to hold on to the things that you need and let go of the things that just clutter your life mentally, physically, and emotionally. You can do it.