The “Simple” in Simply Fulfilled

May 20, 2011 at 9:29 am 1 comment

On my last post, I talked about what “Simply Fulfilled” means. I really focused more on the “fulfilled” part, but the “simply” part is equally important.

Yesterday, I went through my clothes and filled two garbage bags with clothes that I no longer need or want. And I still have a closet full of clothes.

There are many times throughout each day when I feel like I don’t have all the things I’d like to have – our house needs renovating, we still have an analog TV, and we don’t have a playroom for our kids, so their toys take over the living room.

But compared to people living in other countries, what we have is a mansion. We ALWAYS have plenty of delicious food for three healthy meals a day. We ALWAYS have more clothes than we know what do with. And at my house, we ALWAYS have clutter.

Ugh. The clutter is what drives me totally crazy… so here’s another goal for this blog – I’m hopping on the DECLUTTER train. My closet, my house, my file cabinet, and my brain all need decluttering. And away we go!

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Entry filed under: Starting the journey.

Starting this blog over. Again… …and I forgot!

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Tara  |  May 26, 2011 at 6:02 am

    I agree 🙂
    We’ve slowly started this process too!
    Good luck! 🙂

    Reply

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