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Release the Clutter and Bless the world with your leftovers

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Release the Clutter and Bless the world with your leftovers

How you make space in your life for better things by getting rid of the junk and excess clutter.

Co-Creators: 134
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2013

Amalia Zents sings her song "The A.D.D. Blues" for other recovering packrats like her!

You can purchase this song in it's entirety professionaly recorded from CD Baby:
http://cdbaby.com/cd/mollysonnyboy2Day 9: Today I looked at my yucky old wood floors, the first thing that catches your eye when you walk into the living room. I used my noggin and decided to call the local hardware center to find out who might be able to fix my wood floors: strip/stain etc. them.
I got a name and a number. He's said he will come today at 1pm.
Yay!

Discussion Forum

I am the world's biggest pack rat!!!

Started by SunSurfer. Last reply by Amalia Zents Oct 14, 2011. 4 Replies

To say that I have trouble "letting go" of things or throwing things away is an understatement. I come from a family of pack rats. Ever since I bought my 2400 square foot house, I continually fight…Continue

Clutter isn't just "stuff"

Started by Arlene. Last reply by Amalia Zents Oct 14, 2011. 4 Replies

I realized that I'll never have the time to do what I REALLY want to do as long as I read everything in my Inbox. So, NO MORE JOKES for me. I'm getting off the newsletters lists. etc., etc.Then, I'll…Continue

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Feng Shui and Decluttering

Started by Janet Carson Oct 29, 2010. 0 Replies

Hi there collectors of things and clutter. I have a website on Feng Shui Living that focuses on energy and how clearing your clutter can shift the energy in your life allowing new opportunities to…Continue

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Comment by Amalia Zents on March 25, 2008 at 10:50pm
That is great! If you can reclaim and recycle more power to you!
Comment by Lynn Reidl on March 26, 2008 at 12:22am
I'm going to give away some clothes and an older tv. Possibly sell my desk. Of course...my clutter coach comes next month so who knows what else I will rid myself of .... ;)
Comment by Amalia Zents on March 27, 2008 at 2:48pm
Comment by Amalia Zents on March 27, 2008 at 2:49pm

Sorry I accidentally deleted a comment. My bad. I am organizing my bathroom cabinets today!
Comment by Anna Oberlin Russell on March 31, 2008 at 12:27pm
Comment by Amalia Zents on April 4, 2008 at 1:48pm
Here is my Homemakers Mission statement: list:
1. I am in charge and I am my own boss!
2. I show instead of tell that I CARE!
3. I can let go of things that I do not use.
4. My home is my kingdom of joy.
5. We can have people over with pride not shame.
6. My best boss is myself!
7. It grows in me a positive can-do energy!
8. I can set my own hours.
9. I gain valuable experience managing myself, my projects and others.
10. I set my own wages. Pay myself first.
11. I demonstrate my talents and wisdom. Actions speak louder than words.
12. It builds me great wealth.
13. I can recreate better in a clean home.
14. I have more free time and energy.
15. I will attract good people and good things into my home and life.
16. Makes our lives easier when we can find things in an organized home.
17. We set a good role model for others and it reflects what kind of people we are by our lovely home.
18. It is a safe place to teach music to kids.
19. It makes me stronger to show discipline and self-control in keeping the house nice.
20. I can target my goals, reach them and enjoy the fruits of my labors.
21. I can truly live in and enjoy our luxurious lovely place when it is clean and in good condition.
22. By caring for the gifts I have been given, good health, a good home and nice things I show appreciation and invite more.
23. I set priorities and live better for living by them.
24. I am changing for the better thus I am content and happier.
25. I blossom in a clean home and so do those who live with me, and those whom I love!
Comment by Sonia Johnstone on April 6, 2008 at 10:57pm
Hi there gosh I haven't always been fully aware of how much clutter has been and still can be in my life for example in my handbag, car , makeup bag, briefcase, drawers clothes closet, bedroom kitchen garage, office and in my relationships. Over recent years I have become aware and am now affirming and learning to let go with gratitude and blessings its early days but I'm taking one step one day at a time, I send warm blessings to you all and thankyou all for being there for me its awesome the "law of attraction" Cheers
Comment by 100daysatatime on May 7, 2008 at 2:53pm
I decided to join since I'm tidying and decluttering and organizing as part of my challenge. I'm doing a small area at a time. I'm amazed at the results so far. It really doesn't take much, small changes add up so quickly.

Does anybody else find they talk themselves out of getting started? I find I over estimate how long it will take me to do a cleaning/tidying job. I make it into a bigger deal than it is...and then put it off. There are other housework jobs I don't mind and I don't have any issue with, like cooking, grocery shopping and laundry...no problem. How about you guys? Do you talk yourself out of jobs you're not a fan of? What kind of affirmations are you doing?
Comment by 100daysatatime on May 11, 2008 at 6:26pm
FYI, I've been posting declutter videos of my desk area in my videos.
Comment by Abigail Parker on May 18, 2008 at 12:51pm
I saw the name of this group and had to sign up right away! I recently moved, and I wanted to get rid of everything I hadn't unpacked since my *last* move in 2002. I sold a bunch of it on eBay, but not nearly enough. Now my office/craft room in the new house is full of boxes that say "eBay" and are full of more things I want to sell. But I tend to get lazy about it - I'll have a spurt of activity, take a lot of pictures, do a bunch of listings, and then rest on my laurels for another week. I can't make this room a very useful office or place for crafts without getting all these eBay boxes out of the way. And I could definitely use the money, since I have a tendency to *buy* things on eBay that I shouldn't spend so much money on. (I've never bought completely beyond my means, but that $900 diamond crystal collection right before my $1000 income tax payment was not a good idea. Now if I could just get the inspiration to take some pictures of the diamonds and sell a few of them...)

Okay, here we go: I take pictures of the best diamond crystal. I list it on eBay. It sells for a profit. I am happy and my bills are paid.

Incidentally, my eBay id is "amarceluk" for anyone interested in helping with my decluttering :-)

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