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Monday, December 14, 2015

Urge to Purge

For me, 2015 has proven itself to be a year of new beginnings.  In addition to all of these changes has come the strong urge to rid myself of the things that I no longer need in all areas of my life.  One of the ways that I have elected to accomplish this is to purge my closet of anything that is no longer needed.  Even though it seems like I do this every couple of years, this time is especially daunting because I have personally challenged myself to make sure there is a place for everything—no excuses.  This challenge has only highlighted the fact that I tend to hold onto to things for much longer than I should.
But nonetheless, I’m still strongly compelled to face this challenge head on because I believe that the end result will provide my life with more peace and happiness.  This challenge is also symbolic of letting go of anything in my life that no longer suits me—bad habits, toxic relationships and negative thinking.  I feel that if I can overcome the challenge of letting go of some of my previously coveted retails buys, then surely I can have the courage to let go of other things in my life.  And just like that, one clothing piece at a time, I am one step closer to organization nirvana.

What are some of the best ways for you to become organized?  I’d love to hear!

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