For many of us, spring cleaning typically brings to mind images of clearing out the overabundance of clutter in our garage, attic, home, or office, and perhaps even painting or rearranging our living spaces to give us a new sense of freedom, openness, and expanse in our immediate environment. Yet, rarely do we consider purging the clutter of our mind a necessary step in our annual spring purification processes. Read full article here.
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