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  1. Babsie Wagner says:

    Yes, yes, yes, I am full with junk in all the areas you listed.  I am not a minimalist, and I long to be one.  I dream of living in one of those tiny homes, but with NOTHING in some storage area charging me $100 a month.  I have way too many things, but it seems when I do clear out the extras, that’s when I find I need something I got rid of.  Does that ever happen to you?  Ah, so you go get a new one, right?  I mean, it’s just stuff.  I have an attic full of stupid stuff that I don’t even know what’s in half the boxes.  Years worth of stuff that means nothing, obviously, since I don’t even know what’s in there.  Oh, but if I open the box, I’m sure to say, “Oh, I loved that!  Oh, I might use that in the future.”  Ugh.I’m trying.  Reading your website is helping for sure.  Thanks for great info!

  2. Earlier this year, I read a bunch of blogs on minimalism I stumbled upon by accident really, but I was hooked. I decluttered the whole house. I’m sure I didn’t meet TRUE minimalism standards, but I got rid of anything we didn’t use or that I didn’t want. We kept more than what is probably “allowed”, but it worked for us. I need to go through and do it again, though. All my tables and counters keep getting cluttered. Also, with Christmas coming, I need to clear out some old toys.My reasons are to live more simply, and partially spiritual (I am Christian). We spend so much time chasing wealth, chasing material possessions, and entirely missing the point of our existence. 

  3. Earlier this year, I read a bunch of blogs on minimalism I stumbled upon by accident really, but I was hooked. I decluttered the whole house. I’m sure I didn’t meet TRUE minimalism standards, but I got rid of anything we didn’t use or that I didn’t want. We kept more than what is probably “allowed”, but it worked for us. I need to go through and do it again, though. All my tables and counters keep getting cluttered. Also, with Christmas coming, I need to clear out some old toys.

    My reasons are to live more simply, and partially spiritual (I am Christian). We spend so much time chasing wealth, chasing material possessions, and entirely missing the point of our existence. 

  4. Babsie Wagner says:

    Yes, yes, yes, I am full with junk in all the areas you listed.  I am not a minimalist, and I long to be one.  I dream of living in one of those tiny homes, but with NOTHING in some storage area charging me $100 a month.  I have way too many things, but it seems when I do clear out the extras, that’s when I find I need something I got rid of.  Does that ever happen to you?  Ah, so you go get a new one, right?  I mean, it’s just stuff.  I have an attic full of stupid stuff that I don’t even know what’s in half the boxes.  Years worth of stuff that means nothing, obviously, since I don’t even know what’s in there.  Oh, but if I open the box, I’m sure to say, “Oh, I loved that!  Oh, I might use that in the future.”  Ugh.

    I’m trying.  Reading your website is helping for sure.  Thanks for great info!

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