I’m a big believer in self-help and mind management, mostly based on my own experiences of how I’ve learnt and implemented things into my life that have transformed it.
I was recently talking ‘minds stuff’ with someone and I used my favourite analogy of going through the filing cabinets of your mind.
It’s like we all have our own personal filing systems that have a log of all our experiences and thoughts and sometimes it’s a mess.
It’s not always easy to manage more cabinets of information than you can counts on your fingers and toes.
When you take a wander down the hallways of your mind and flick through the files of information, you’ll often end up coming across things you forgotten even existed
The time when you and your sister played outside your childhood home on the pink barbie scooter or the book on insects you used to read as a kid that terrified you because it had illustrations of cockroaches about 100 times bigger than they are in real life.