Do you have friends who create fatigue and frustration in your life? Do they spread conflict and distractions? Maybe it’s time to de-clutter your friendships.
Intentional friendships allow you to avoid energy drains. They help you spend time in relationships that fuel positive thinking.
- What are your priorities?
- What do you value?
- Do you forget what’s important?
- Does your schedule make you so busy, you fail to focus on priorities?
If you’re finding clutter in every corner of a friendship, maybe it’s time to clean house. Evaluate who’s adding real value to your life and helping you live intentionally. Like boxes of outdated clothes and electronic devices, some friendships expire and no longer fit.
Take a few minutes today:
- List your friends
- Review your relationships
- Re-organize your priorities
You’ll have a good sense of who belongs on the list and who doesn’t. Trust your feelings, based on your commitment to intentional living and your values. You’ll find the less clutter, the better.
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