Usually, around the end of every year or into the beginning of the next, people begin cleaning out their stuff. There is a natural urge, it would seem, to end or begin a year as uncluttered as possible.
Garages, clothing, the back of dark closets, photo albums, music & movie collections, and the proverbial sock drawers – all are combed through in an effort to begin anew, refreshed from the clutter which can sometimes drag one down.
In addition to their physical space there are those who will take time to evaluate their mental & spiritual condition, as well.
Heavens, simply do a quick google search and you will find a plethora of information regarding diy decluttering tips, along with “taking stock of the lessons learned” in life.
All cheering you on in an effort to…
LET IT GO!
And so it is, as 2022 draws to an end I find myself evaluating & doing a little bit of the same!
I do hope you’ll wish me luck & lift up a prayer as I do!
While my joy-filled heart pushes me forward in cleaning out the messiness of several years of accumulated clutter – along with discarding many valuable lessons-learned.
Because truthfully – I don’t need the extra stuff and gratefully – these lessons no longer need to be taught!
Are there any “lessons-learned” or clutter needing let go & discarded by you too?
I promise to be cheering for you if you do!
Here’s a list of a few of mine!
“When someone can no longer control you, they will instead try to control how others see you. The information will seem unfair, but stay above it, trusting that there is only ONE judge and He knows the Truth. “Mark Morrow, M.A., NCC, LPC
Next up….those socks!!
hugs n’ blessings for all those properly placing the clutter & mess into their rear-view mirror!