Less is more

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Less clutter in my home means more time, because I don’t need to “process” it.

Less clutter on my calendar means more peace of mind, because I am not overcommitted.

Less clutter in my brain means more clarity, because I am not so worried and stressed.

Less clutter on my body means more energy, because I don’t have as much weight to haul around.

I am enjoying the process of decluttering.  I never thought I’d say that, let alone think it.  I think it is because I am getting rid of less each day than I usually would, so I have been able to sustain the practice through more days.  No more “crash and burn;” more like “slow but steady wins the race.”

I like it.

  • {Clutter} released: Three more magazines.  One pile of newspapers.  All the stuff that has been cluttering up my car (not gone, but taken out of the car and put away).
  • {Stress} released: I attended my first Girl Scout Leader Meeting since I fired myself as the Service Unit Manager.  The Service Team did an excellent job, and I was so relieved to have that stress off my shoulders.  It will be nice to be just a leader this year.

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