November 12th ~ Arrowbear, California
I’ve been on a house decluttering mission the past few days. Well in theory anyway. I’ve spent the majority of the time watching YouTube videos on how to get rid of what you don’t love and then organize what is left over.
I’m finding it a challenge, but making some slow steady progress in that direction. I’m not a hoarder, but have a hard time parting with “stuff” that I have once again accumulated. I love it when everything has a proper place, there is no clutter, and my home is clean. Here at our tiny cabin, one of my stumbling blocks is finding room to put all my belongings. It was time to come up for air, take a break, and contemplate the next area I want to tackle.
It is dreary outside today, and our fall colors have just about disappeared. So, to give my mind a moment to reset, I decided to take a few minutes to sift through some favorite fall foliage pictures and do a quick post.
I hope you enjoy them…
GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful that there is so much information available on the Internet that can give you ideas, suggestions, resources, and plain old help with just about any project you can think of. I still have a long way to go to get our cabin/home as neat and organized as I would like for it to be, but feel encouraged that I am moving in the right direction.
WHAT IS YOUR #1 TIP FOR DECLUTTERING YOUR HOME? Would love to hear from you.
NEXT TRIP: We leave on the 20th of this month to fly to Illinois for Thanksgiving.