Is anybody else in major decluttering mode? With shiny new Christmas gifts in focus, and a fresh new year around the corner, a lot of people are getting the urge to purge before the sun sets on 2018.
A spiritual friend of mine once explained to me that it’s important to keep our spaces clean and free of dust, because when things are cluttered and dust settles, it means energy isn’t able to properly flow through a space. I definitely feel that – for me, a cluttered space is a cluttered mind. There is something so calming about going into a house where there are minimal items but everything that is there is beautiful and chosen with love or for a purpose, and has a place where it belongs.
I personally want my house to have beautiful vintage furniture, life giving plants, books that I love and only the clothes, practical items and notebooks that I really need and use. I think the less things you have, the more grateful you are for them and the more you actually use them. It makes your day more efficient and productive and really can make you happier.
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I don’t know about you, but getting trashed/ being surrounded by messy, touchy feely drunks is not really my style at the best of times, and certainly not at the turn of the new year. To me, the first day of a sparkling new year is far too precious to be wasted feeling sorry for yourself in bed.
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