Episode 29 – Guest expert Nadia Arbach shares her 7 habits that cause clutter in creative work spaces

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In the podcast, Ingrid talks to Nadia Arbach about the 7 habits that cause clutter in creative work spaces and we chat solutions as well! 

It's important to understand the underlying reasons for clutter, otherwise it keeps coming back. When we understand our behaviours and work on overcoming them it's not just physical clutter that gets released, but mental clutter as well, including the mental blocks that are holding us back. Nadia has identified 7 habits that cause clutter and solutions to solve these.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Changing overbuying into conscious spending
  • Scarcity thinking into an abundance mindset
  • Sentimentality/nostalgia versus looking into the future
  • Sense of duty into putting yourself first
  • Sense of identity as a creative person into deep self-knowledge
  • Go from overwhelm into excitement
  • Change your disorganised thinking into helpful systems
  • What is a master project list and how can prioritising by excitement level change your outlook on all your creative projects
  • Tips for creating an organised craft room

Other related things you may find useful

We have blogs, downloadable checklists, a free closed Facebook group and lots of useful stuff in The Declutter Hub. You can also follow us on social media on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

You might also be interested in Nadia's blog  on our blog page or check out our free resource below.

If you'd like to know more about Nadia you can check out her website, free resource and podcast.

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