Tuesday, August 31, 2010


the real me is very unorganized, indecisive, and procrastinator. But that's not who i want to be. One day i attacked my closet with such force and anger, that i really was attacking my self, my old self. I hated the clutter. I decided to declutter my closet, i became obsessed with it. I tackled my whole house after. For few weeks i was a woman possessed, decluttering the house from top to bottom. but what i was doing was cleaning my soul, i asked myself 3 questions. is it useful, is it beautiful? does it add meaning to my life? ...
i was talking to my soul. I wanted to get rid of the anger, bitterness, resentment, loneliness inside me that was cluttering my soul, and spirit. decluttering forced me to let go of the past. It created an opening for a new me, a beginning to a new me. It never was about cleaning my closet but cleaning my life, my way of thinking, my soul. It was an opening to allow new experiences for leisure and romance, creativity and serenity. New hobbies new friends, new goals and a new vision. when you finally let go of the person you used to be, you get to discover the person you are now and the person you want to become.


  1. It always amazes me just how much "decluttering" our surroundings also de-clutters our minds! Thank you for your words of support on my blog. I appreciate the kindness. Enjoyed my visit here on your blog and will be back :)

    A mentor once told me, "If it is not an absolute YES, it is a NO...that can apply to just about anything we are unsure of.

  2. decluttering is a lot of work... but so rewarding in the end.