How many times have you heard the advice “Put it down to get it done?”

We’ll get to the ‘get it done’ part later. For now, let’s take one step back and just put it ALL down. 

When I say ‘all’ I mean everything – exercise, after swim snack, John’s PTC, drink water, book tickets, ideas to start a blog, join book club, make those print outs, grocery lists, meditate, fleeting thoughts, face-mask-day, travel plans, call mum, the movie recommendation…..you get the picture?

Put down:

– the things you need to do

– the things you probably should be getting to soon

– the things you tend to forget

– the things you wish you could bring more of into your life

– the interesting and intriguing ideas and thoughts you don’t want to let slip

So why put it down at all?

When we put things down – every passing worry, every little thing that needs to get done or every thought worth saving for another time, we no longer need to take up mind-space to remember them.

 It also helps us see things in perspective, like what are the things that need urgent attention, what can be clubbed together, the things you can save for another day and the things someone else can do for you.

De-cluttering the mind or brain dump as its being popularly called can ease mental clutter, and allow us to think more clearly.


With the extra space in our minds – what truly happens is that we enter a world of possibility. The possibility to start thinking about our goals and put down ideas of the things we would like to bring into our lives.

Once we start putting it down – we’ll get to the next step – “Getting it done”.


“So, we urge you to take the first steps towards clearing mental clutter”

1 Comment

  1. Rajiv Kuruvilla

    Dear makers,
    Please get an android version also. So for people can me can try and relate to people like you of how this app is simply simple for my not so simple mind.


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