#267 of 365 Ways to live Easier, Happier, & More Productive

Why is this important at all? It’s a tiny thing – literally taking less than 60 seconds when done frequently – that demonstrates a clear ‘personal’ priority.

Sharing a daily life lesson, tip, or hack; the things that make life easier, happier, and more productive. I hope you’ll follow along and find them helpful too.

#267

Clean out your wallet / purse

Purses hold much more than wallets but I’ve seen a few wallets that bulge far beyond their design. For some reason, many of us tend to collect receipts, business cards, reminders, lists, etc… in our wallets. Some of us carry around store loyalty cards for stores that we haven’t visited in years. I recently found a ‘stamp card’ for a local ice cream card that had been closed for longer than I can remember. It was tucked behind another frequent buyer card for a grocery store that I rarely frequent. Both cards were removed and destroyed.

When I was a mom with little kids, my purse was a secondary diaper bag. At any point it contained a pacifier and a package of wipes. Those items may have still been in my purse when my youngest was four because I was famous for neglecting the organization of anything personal. Today, cleaning out my wallet or purse is a weekly event and takes seconds.

Why is this important at all? It’s a tiny thing – literally taking less than 60 seconds when done frequently – that demonstrates a clear ‘personal’ priority. Your wallet and/or purse is something you reach for consistently… potentially several times a day. By taking time to organize and prioritize that thing we constantly have in our presence we feel more in control, more in the know, and aware.

All of those things contribute to overall feelings of well-being. Really… it’s a collection of little things that lead to feeling the big things. This suggestion is simple and yet so effective… find out what happens when you …

Clean out your wallet / purse.

I love hearing your thoughts and ideas. Please share in the comments below.

Author: ThisIsLeslyn

I am a mental health counselor, a very proud mom of four great people whom I love to pieces and a grateful partner to a perfectly imperfect man who challenged me to be a better me. And, while I haven't always liked the things that life has dished out to me, I am eternally blessed by all its lessons. Sit with me as I learn and share at ThisIsLeslyn.com

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