As my de-cluttering project continues, I'm finding some things just have to go. I began by cleaning out the closet in my craft room yesterday. Amazingly, I have not touched some of that stuff stuck in the far back corner on the very bottom row for... ahem... years. Sad, but true. I hang on to stuff that I'm quiet certain someday for some important reason I just might possibly need it.
But I'm buckling down, now, I promise. I cleared out the closet so it can actually hold stuff that we use... and divied up the stuff that was in the closet between the garbage, Goodwill bag, and- oh, yes, I did- the attic. I know using the attic as a dumping ground is not a great solution either, but some of the stuff cannot be parted with. Yet. Hah.
I think I mentioned yesterday that paper clutter is one of my biggest issues. I'd like to retract that, please. It doesn't hold a candle to the laundry problem. With that being said, I'd like to ask you: what's the one job you would love to live without doing? Something that you do on a daily (or near-daily) basis. For me, hands down it would be laundry. Not the sorting or the washing... The folding and putting away. If I could eliminate one job- that would by far be the one!
Have a great day. Stay inside- it's cold out there!