Rome wasn't built in a day, neither was it destroyed in a day.
Same with my clutter. I spent some good time yesterday dealing with some clutter. I pulled a bunch of stuff from the bedroom to the dining room table and then went through it as best I could. There was stuff to recycle, donate, trash and keep. But, I wasn't able to completely sort - it was just overwhelming.
But, it was a good effort, chipping away. What I took back upstairs to the bedroom was much less than I took down. I have a plan of attack:
(1) Regularly revisit the remainder, continuing to chip away.
(2) Aggressively prevent new clutter from making it into the bedroom.
This feels good, this feels right, this feels like progress.
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