Part five was on day three.
Which shows how big this project really was.
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In my journal, I wrote:
So what did I do on this grumpy day?
Well, I cleared out the rest of everything. The room was already looking ever-so-much better because I’d cleared out almost everything.
It was just a matter of removing the word “almost.”
The trash went in the trash can, the things I knew I’d never need went in the donation box, and everything else went into the gameroom.
I had committed to removing EVERYTHING so I couldn’t make any excuses.
I saw things that made total sense to leave in the room. Like a rechargeable flashlight. THAT was logical to have by the side of the bed, right?
Except that once I made myself pick it up because it counted as part of EVERYTHING . . . I saw that it was unplugged.
Which meant it hadn’t even been charged in months.
So thinking I should leave it in there because everyone should have a ready-to-shine flashlight by the side of the bed at all times . . . was a lame excuse.
I took all the books off of that bookshelf.
The heavy books.
My goal was to be able to completely remove the shelf from the room.
I’ve shared before that I like to believe if only I had one more shelf, my Slob Problems would be solved. But it just doesn’t work like that. So . . . I determined to get that shelf out of my room. It took all of sixteen sweaty minutes to haul the books to the gameroom.
And then I saw the dust.
Which means that Episode Six will be something about cleaning. Y’know, since you can’t actually clean until the clutter is gone.
Here’s the reminder that many of you requested! I’d love it if you would go vote for me in the Circle of Moms Top Home Management Blogs category. You can vote once per day! Think of it as a vote for slobs everywhere!
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