Monday, September 28, 2015

Just finished one of the most motivational books yet!

I just finished the book- The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up by Marie Kondo.  I am excited and overwhelmed at the same time.  I am at my wits end.  We live in a huge house and stuff is taking us over.  I am so excited and blessed that I found and read/listened to this book!!  I am ready to find joy in this house even though we are renting it.  I feel trapped by the stuff around me and can't enjoy my family!  Tomorrow is a CC day so I will not be starting then, I need my energy for class:)  but I will be getting the room ready to go through my clothes.  I will be using the spare room,as my family will be sleeping during hours I will be going through my closet.  I think this will work good for going through all the areas.  This way I can work on it and still close the door and return to life.  I plan to bring everything in to this area then have a place to return it.  My goal was to take our week 6 off school to begin this but I am just too excited about it!!  

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