1. K-Lee, I am so sorry for your loss. My husband and I also live in a small place, and we get to make decisions every day about letting things go, or even letting things not even come into the house.:-) As a stress management expert and as a spiritual person, I love and recommend decluttering on every level. You’ve used a powerful quote from Joyce Meyer. Decluttering our thinking and our lives may seem a bit abstract, compared to decluttering a room, but it’s both powerful and gratifying. Thanks for raising this important subject.

  2. This is very timely for me. I’ve been holding on to boxes and boxes of books in our small house, too. It’s hard to let go but I’ll try.

    Thank you for this great reminder!

  3. I love to de-clutter the emotional and physical benefits are insurmountable. For me it gives a clean slate feeling lighter brighter and making room for new adventures and thought processes

  4. Letting go. But the two question we need to ask our self is when and how to let go.
    In my job I meant people who suffer from P.T.S.D (post traumatic stress disorder) and people says just let go. I bet everyone of these people wish they can let go.
    I know forcing an issue isn’t going to help. Slowly releasing it seem to be a smoother way of handling it.

    I still have my pile in basement what I want to yard sale. If I don’t have a yard sale mid September that pile is being donated to one of our thrift store and someone could use the items.

    Coffee is on

    Coffee is oh

  5. I can so relate. I have some of my mother in law’s stuff but I had lots of clutter before some of her stuff joined our stuff. 30 years worth of our stuff. We try to start paring, and did a little last year. Less clutter control this year. Lots of emotional attachments. You continue in my thoughts over your recent loss, K-Lee.

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