But just to be sure, I will show you my secret room of embarrassment.
There are no after shots of a clean room yet.
I'm having a hard time tackling this room because I don't have a clear vision of what this office/craft/dumping room can be.
Part of the problem is: there are a lot of memories in here. Memories that paralyze me with melancholy.
Some objects remind me of a fun time we've had.
Other object represent a fun craft that we can do someday.
Both remind me that time is passing quickly and I want to optimize my son's childhood.
I get overwhelmed with deep feelings and then I can't throw anything away or find enough space to put stuff away. I just look at it and move it around.
I know that I like the idea of minimizing. A sparse room would be great! Obviously I don't use all this stuff!!
Maybe by the end of the year, I will have a room I can be proud of. Wish me luck!
Motivating minimalizing quotes:
With fewer things to take care of, I have more time to love people
Love people, not things. -S.W.Kimball
A much less cluttered life, which gives you thought and clarity of vision, makes you feel calmer and more contented.
- written by kevin breakingout.net/self-development/how-to-minimize-your-life
You are freed from your stuff. It no longer owns you. Ibid
When I can achieve that it will be great!!