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Sunday, January 4, 2009

New Year's Resolution: Clear Clutter & Simplify Your Life

We can do this. We can resolve, in as little as ten minutes per day, to reduce our clutter and free up time and energy for our priorities--the people in our lives, our passions, our interests, and more.

No matter where you are in your clutter clearing resolutions, you can do this. You can do this. Set the timer for 10 minutes and give it a try! You will get more done than you think you can. Please try it!

We can always make better choices--even if we're beating ourselves up for a poor choice made just a few minutes ago. That was then. This is NOW.

What do you think? Please share what you accomplished if you are willing.

Happy New Year!

2 comments:

Ruth said...

I started on a clutter clearing journey this weekend with the help of Your Spacious Self by Stephanie Bennett Vogt. I'm finding that it's not only helping me get my space cleaned up, it's helping me get my self cleaned up and put some closure to issues that have been hanging around in my life for way too long.

SimplyBarb said...

Another great book is "Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui" by Karen Kingston. Her ideas on clearing clutter and improving flow in rooms make a lot of intuitive sense. She has a lot of awesome ideas that are easy to implement.