Simplify me

Last week, I had a conversation with my friend Nicole about the Kindle. It seems like a great idea for beach reads, but what about the books we want need to own? I have known Nicole since I was 3 and we have always shared a love of and for books. Fast forward to this week-end; we spent Sunday morning on the phone catching up while also purging our overflowing bookshelves. It was painful at first, but Nicole "talked me through it" and the de-cluttering process felt great. I even did a little Googling and found this blog about getting rid of clutter...one day at a time. I don't think I'm going to write about the process, but I am going to commit to the challenge!


Suzanne said...

Congratulations on accepting your own 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge!

Please remember, this challenge is FOR YOU and you are only accountable TO YOU.

For our challenge, decluttering one item a day is all we ask of you; anything more per day and you are just giving yourself extra credit. ;-)

Decluttering physical objects can become a bit addicting, as well as decluttering the mental clutter that was with it. A journey starts with a single step. Congrats, again, on taking this journey with us and getting rid of unwanted, unneeded, unused and unloved items in your life!