* Clutter: another lesson in belief

As someone who is in the process of throwing out lots of stuff (again!) I can relate to this! Hop on over to TeachezWell and say hello!

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“I am not a hoarder!  In fact, I am quite organized.”  I can see your eyebrows rising in disbelief.  Yeah, we have an uncontrolled junk room, tons of closets stuffed to the brim, and every drawer and shelf in the house is packed.  But that clutter is not hanging over my head, as of a day ago.  My dearest friend, who shared her “A-student” story, has inspired me to ignore the whispers of “clutterer.”  Those shelves and shelves of teaching supplies?  Their days are numbered.  Today I filled up 2 bags of clothes for the thrift shop.  Whee!

In the past, in a far away land, my cleaning binge radar was firmly fixed on my dearest teaching widower’s clutter.  In fact, my own stacks seemed to disappear as I grunted and glared at his piles of paper, pounds of erasers shavings (he writes by HAND), and random books, paper…

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6 thoughts on “* Clutter: another lesson in belief

  1. Last year I moved from a big, old house to a smaller one. Got rid of lots of “stuff” I was determined to declutter. Now I’m finding all new “stuff”. LOL

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