You might need to be sitting to take in all of this mess.
|The desk area|
|One side of the room overloaded with stuff|
|Looks pretty full, right?|
So as life would have it I was watching last night a show on OWN called "Extreme Clutter" and the lesson was "you don't need all of that stuff." Okay Peter Walsh, I hear yay.
I realized I have so many books that SOMEDAY I'll use in collage, they can be sorted and then some discarded.
In one of these file type boxes I've given a small crock pot that's used for melting bees wax, it's own little space. You should know that I did a collage (one) about 4 years ago that I used the melted wax and never did it again. I think it's safe to let it go.
Ribbons, upon ribbons. My thought was you just never know when one of the hundred ribbons I have will come in handy. It will hurt to do it but some of them have to go.
There is quite a bit more stuff that I think I can safely let go of which will make the closet the perfect fit for all of my stuff.
What will not get the heave-ho is my fabric, not a yard, not a scrap, it all stays. Really no amount of guilt, or shoulds, or don't you think could get me to part with any of it. They all get to stay in their new home the 5 draw bureau and not complaining that they are a bit squeezed for space.
Okay, I'm off to get started and will pop my head up to say Hi in a few days.