Clutter / De-clutter

This U.S. election has stressed me.  So, the day before we learn who our next president will be  – I decided to do something I truly love to do.  I started to de-clutter my house and my mind.  I do this often during the year and I am afraid I have passed this trait onto my daughter.  My daughter’s husband and daughter complain that she has lost her mind when she begins to de-clutter her house.  Lol  What does my husband do?  He comments loudly if he finds me in his bedroom or in his shop.  He acts like I would throw something of his away; just because he is a pack rat.  In 2 hours time I managed to fill the boxes in the photo below. I picked up free, empty boxes at Wal Mart this morning.  Donations for local charities. Am I done yet?  Not by a long shot! Lol  I must have lost my mind too – maybe I packed it in one of these boxes.

Quote: Everything we possess that is not necessary for life or happiness becomes a burden, and scarcely a day passes that we do not add to it,  Robert Brault


12 thoughts on “Clutter / De-clutter

  1. I have a back hallway calling (I should say screaming) my name. As I will be gone this weekend it is my next week project. I am looking forward to it and I am not looking forward to it. I am not sure if that makes much sense but it is what it is.

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    Is this blog the quiet and “pack it” life blog, or what?! It is therapeutic to de-clutter sometimes. But then the garage or shed starts to get too full! I give away a lot of stuff I de-clutter…


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