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August 24, 2006



oh this is so good! I feel great whenever i let go of clutter. Too bad the time between purgings is so long. I definately feel inspired to throw a bunch of stuff into a bag fro the thrift store tonight :)


I'm so proud of you! (okay, wait a minute, that sounded motherly didn't it?) sorry.

Yesterday I was just doing some basic house cleaning in preparation for my grandson coming & your post reminded me to always keep my clutter in check. Somehow I found enough "stuff" to fill 3 hefty bags. I feel lighter already!


Wow! Getting rid of clutter is hard to do. I recently went through my closet and got rid of ALL my clothes. All those things that I wish I could fit into and all of those things I just kept keeping.
Go you!
And...SuperGirl wants to know what kind of pins you would like!


I need to declutter. I really do. The problem is that it takes time and where can I find some of that I ask? Oh well, one of these days...I suppose. I came across this quote from Dr. Wayne Dyer the other day: "The mantra of the ego is more. It's never satisfied. No matter how much you achieve or acquire, your ego will insist that it isn't enough. You'll find yourself in a perpetual state of striving, and eliminate the possibility of ever arriving. Yet in reality, you've already arrived, and how you choose to use this present moment of your life is your choice. Ironically, when you stop needing more, more of what you desire seems to arrive in your life. Since
you're detached from the need for it, you find it easier to pass it along to
others, because you realize how little you need in order to be satisfied and at peace." As far as books and scrapbook supplies go...I'm still struggling with the "needing more"...I can't fight it. It's bigger than me, LOL.

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