Keeping A Clutter-Free Mind

I started a new project this week, one that is NOT taking place in my house for a change. A friend of mine has been telling me for a long time now that she thinks I should start my own Organizing company. You know, de-cluttering and organizing. I did the same thing with my home after I lost my job and I think I do have a knack for it, but I’m not convinced this is on my career path.

So we’re spending 3 days a week together for 3 hours at a time and we’re tackling all the nooks and crannies. We all have it, those things we throw in a spare bedroom when company’s coming or the gifts we get from friends and family that we just don’t know what to do with. With the daily chores we all have to do to keep our families running (cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.), who has time to tackle the ever-growing pile of STUFF? I really appreciate my friend’s faith in me and her honesty in asking for help.

We’ll see where this goes as far as a career for me. As I’ve said before, I’m open to whatever is in store for me down the road. If it’s shredding and labeling and organizing, I’m up to the challenge. Once you clear a path through the clutter, whether it’s in your home or in you mind, there is no where you can’t go.

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