Welcome to A Cluttered Mind Says No
This is a month-long initiative to help you manage stress and boost your health by learning the principles of banishing clutter and restoring a sense of order to your world.

Mental clutter happens when our mind has too many thoughts that result in difficulty processing and maintaining focus. 
A cluttered mind causes disruption and hinders our productivity, balance, and mental health.

Neuroimaging studies have shown what we are doing is multi-switching our focus and attention which makes us less productive. For the sake of our health, and mental health, it is important to relax and quiet the mind routinely in order to rejuvenate and recharge ourselves. 

Because we have so many things going on at one time, when we multitask we can easily find ourselves using our “monkey brain”, making mindless decisions that may end up causing serious problems with important tasks, or even worse, with important relationships.  Next time you find yourself trying to do a million things at once and getting irritable or grumpy with someone you care about, remind yourself that you’re using your “monkey brain”, and work on acting more like a human.

Our brains are not big fans of multitasking (surprise!) In fact, when you multitask (or try to), it produces changes in the brain that can cause depression, anxiety & decreases productivity.

Are you asking then what is the point of multitasking? 

Multitasking is bad for your mental health, and you can train your brain to become more effective at focused serial unitasking! 
Or as I like to call it, “Flow State”. Flow State happens when you’re so focused that you feel like you’re “in the zone”. Once you’re into the flow, you are able to get more work done more efficiently since your brain is only focusing on one task at a time.

Benefits of this program:

  • To help you understand and release attachments to possessions, and to feel supported by your environment to manage stress levels.
  • Learn what mental clutter is and the process of decluttering it.
  • Gain the ability to remain calm in order to reduce information overload
  • Increase mindspace to better process day-to-day situations.
  • Reduce stress
  • Improve cognitive performance
  • Increase productivity
  • Boost attention and focus
  • Combat decision fatigue
This program is designed to support your mental health in combatting Information Overload.
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