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by:Cailong     2019-07-21
eight days to less clutter, more joyeight days to less clutter, more joyeight days to less clutter, more joy  -  clear plastic sheets
I happened to find Mary condo and her book Life.
On the Internet a few years ago, the magic of finishing was changed.
To my surprise, I really found this book . . . . . . changing.
In fact, I really want to share my experience on social media.
Some of my friends have no impression on me.
In order to organize their thoughts and lives, it seems a useless job to organize the ideas of their houses. "Marie who?
They asked distraught.
On January 2019, no one asked, "Who is Mary? " anymore.
If you miss it, Mary condo is setting off a whole new wave of celebrities thanks to her Netflix reality show, tidying up.
"Every episode, the master of Japanese finishing visits a different family and they are all trying to get rid of their stuff.
Kondo teaches them her patented "KonMari" approach, tidying up clutter and keeping only "spark happy" stuff.
"When the credits roll, these families are surprised that they see their living space, relationships and lives more clearly.
They feel relaxed.
Their property is no longer crushing them.
The first time I read this book was in 2016.
Thanks to the so-called Mars One mission, I was fascinated by minimalist ideas and learned to live with less money.
I was named one of Mars 100 a few years ago. " I was (and still am)
One of the 100 people from all over the world took part in the final round of astronaut selection in a legitimate mission to colonize the red planet.
It seems logical to me: if one day I am moving to Mars, I need to start layoffs on Earth.
There's only so much space you carry with you. on, right?
I have sold the house, moved to an apartment and moved to another apartment.
Living in a smaller dormitory can enjoy a good benefit: this is the perfect training for astronaut life.
A 900 square foot apartment is the closest thing I can find on Earth to the space capsule leading to outer space.
Not surprisingly, there was a hiccup.
When I moved out of the house, instead of finishing my stuff completely, I brought at least some messy stuff to my later home.
Many baby boomers can be linked together.
Layoffs may be a difficult task;
Packing and handling later often feels easier.
So I put my stuff anywhere: under the bed, in the lobby closet, in the laundry room.
Everything looks good and tidy on the surface.
If you want to know, nothing spills from anywhere.
But I live in lies.
Things I really don't need are lurking around secretly.
It's time to cut my property.
"Can I really do it? " I wondered.
I snorted and thought about it for a few days.
In the end, I was just not ready.
In another year, I will take Kondo's book off the shelf and re-read it.
I can't really tell you why I put off.
Perhaps the thought of all the work I knew would involve, I felt like I had failed before I even started.
I may be afraid of the things that face me, even my life.
What is my future?
I'm not sure.
When I finally reread Kondo's book, I knew with no doubt that it was time to sort it out.
I have just finished a year of graduate studies and am ready to throw a backpack and travel to the world for a few months.
Getting rid of the old idea of making room for the new one is appealing.
So I follow Kondo's instructions step by step.
Look, this sort of thing feels revolutionary.
Kondo recommends that you sort by category instead of by room.
It was a challenge for some, but she insisted it was the most effective way.
It is not easy to decide what to keep or discard.
Emotional items are the hardest.
But she suggests that you can make your decision by focusing on only one category at a time --making muscle.
The more self-discipline you become, the easier it will be.
The categories from the simplest to the most difficult are: clothing, books, papers, komono (
Kitchen, bathroom and other sundries. )
And souvenirs (
Items of emotional value like photos and jewelry).
As instructed, I found an old sheet that was flat on the floor of the living room.
Excitedly, I emptied the closets and drawers in the hallway and bedroom, and piled my clothes and shoes on a sheet from little Everest.
Some people may feel fear at this point. Not me.
I only expect.
Sorting out my home will help me sort out my thoughts, my hopes, my life.
Regarding what I want to do for the rest of my time on this planet, I have some decisions to make and I need a clear head. Sound familiar?
Purposefully, I hold every shirt, sweater, bra, socks, jeans, coat and shoes in my hands and feel its energy in my heart.
I found that sorting is not about thinking.
It's about feeling.
One thing at a time, I asked myself Kondo's famous question: "Can this inspire happiness?
"If so, I will keep it.
If not, I bow to it (
As she suggested
, Thanks for its service in my life and sent it away or disposed.
It feels like a Japanese tea ceremony.
Pious and beautiful.
Four or five hours later, the first job was completed.
It's not surprising that I didn't keep a lot of clothes.
I have reached a point where I feel the need to take off my skin and try something new to increase the size.
It feels good to put down the old clothes and doing so also releases some of the old me.
As I continue, I understand how important it is to complete the classification before going into the organization and storage steps.
It sounds like a small thing, but it's critical to the process.
When you organize, temptation is always transferred by memory.
Put your nose on the grindstone and you need to be disciplined before you throw away what's left of you.
Lesson: move on.
Go ahead. Your decision-
The muscles will only become stronger.
When the clothes are finished, they will go to the book.
You may find it difficult to say goodbye to my friends for years, but the simple question is, "Can this inspire happiness ? ""Do the trick.
I began to realize that every book helped me to be who I am today.
The work is done;
I don't need to have it anymore.
The books on my living room shelf are essential now.
Those who make me smile when I see them, those who really inspire happiness.
All in all, the time to organize books is twice as long as to organize clothes: a whole day.
I have more emotional attachment to my book than most of my clothes, so it takes longer to decide.
I finished my paper.
This category seems to last forever.
I put together a rubber container filled with random notes for years, articles torn from magazines, never read, recipes and flyers.
Very painful-
The most difficult task
Two days later, I filled up four transparent plastic boxes with carefully marked folders and clicked on each one.
If I were to take part in the Boston Marathon, I would not have a greater sense of accomplishment.
I don't just feel good. I feel free.
Like nothing stopped me.
Now is the time to deal with Misc.
It also took me a few days for this category.
Every plate, glass, teacup, fork, knife, spoon, spatula and small household appliances in my kitchen and Chinese cabinet are put on the sheets on the floor.
I was surprised to see the property I had.
I was equally surprised to find that while many people are beautiful, not all of them are necessary.
Do I really need 12 place settings in China and 20 place settings for silverware?
In the bathroom, the white little plastic box from the dollar store helped me sort out everything from toothpaste to cotton balls to soap and floss under the sink.
After a few hours, the toilet was clean and tidy-
Its own little sanctuary.
Next is a souvenir . . . . . . I spent another two days sorting out sentimental items.
Thanks to Spotify, I went through my CD collection, took a cover photo and donated the disc to a local thrift store.
Dvd is also easy thanks to Netflix;
I have collected more than a dozen precious chick movies, and the rest have been donated.
However, the photo is another story.
They spent hours reviewing and tidying up in transparent plastic boxes.
Ten years, I sorted it out carefully.
There is no choice but to walk along the memory lane.
Of course, it was a detour, but it aroused a lot of joy.
The whole sorting process takes about eight days.
It's definitely more of a marathon than a sprint.
My underwear was also treated by KonMari.
Underwear is folded in tax payment according to regulations (
Rolling Line), T-
The shirt is folded instead of flat, the bra is shown in the drawer and not folded at all --
Like Kondo said.
I have to admit that it feels great to sort things out.
As I look at the new environment, I close my eyes, take a deep breath and slowly let it out.
There was a smile on my face, just like it was ground.
It felt like the burden on my shoulder was relieved.
So when everything is folded and organized and said and done again, I sit down and reflect.
It is undeniable that my KonMari experiment has led to some personal growth.
I began to feel more respect and gratitude for my things and the way they support my life every day.
I also became more picky about what I bought and brought into my neat home.
I did a lot of work to create orders
I don't want to mess it up.
Is everything I want to buy useful? Beautiful?
Does it inspire happiness?
If the answer is no, it goes back to the store shelf.
Sorting out not only helped my mind but also my bank account.
I found that my mind was not so confused, and I was very excited.
First of all, it seems that my life path is clearer. it is a kind of happiness.
On the other hand, I was reminded that my relationships and experiences are always more important, no matter how much I have.
The most important thing is that the more I focus on the happy things around me, the more I start to feel the greater happiness in my heart.
I vibrate at a higher frequency to attract good things into my world. Call it real-
Metaphysics of life in work.
So, where are all this standing now?
It's been a year and a half since I first sorted out my home.
Since then, I have moved again, only to find that moving is actually a breeze.
When you reduce something important, it takes less time and effort to pack it and bring it to a new place.
Have things not been organized for a while? Sure they were; I'm only human.
But once I get back on track, I feel like I have no choice but KonMari.
I desire the feeling of freedom.
Who knows where this feeling will lead me now? Mars?
Other parts of the unknown?
Who knows where it will take you?
Karen Cumming's blog about life, meditation and self with heart
Care karencumming. com.
Do you need help sorting it out?
Contact her at karencumming @ gmail.
ComKaren Cumming's blog about life, meditation and self with heart
Care karencumming. com.
Do you need help sorting it out?
Contact her at karencumming @ gmail.
I happened to find Mary condo and her book Life.
On the Internet a few years ago, the magic of finishing was changed.
To my surprise, I really found this book . . . . . . changing.
In fact, I really want to share my experience on social media.
Some of my friends have no impression on me.
In order to organize their thoughts and lives, it seems a useless job to organize the ideas of their houses. "Marie who?
They asked distraught.
On January 2019, no one asked, "Who is Mary? " anymore.
If you miss it, Mary condo is setting off a whole new wave of celebrities thanks to her Netflix reality show, tidying up.
"Every episode, the master of Japanese finishing visits a different family and they are all trying to get rid of their stuff.
Kondo teaches them her patented "KonMari" approach, tidying up clutter and keeping only "spark happy" stuff.
"When the credits roll, these families are surprised that they see their living space, relationships and lives more clearly.
They feel relaxed.
Their property is no longer crushing them.
The first time I read this book was in 2016.
Thanks to the so-called Mars One mission, I was fascinated by minimalist ideas and learned to live with less money.
I was named one of Mars 100 a few years ago. " I was (and still am)
One of the 100 people from all over the world took part in the final round of astronaut selection in a legitimate mission to colonize the red planet.
It seems logical to me: if one day I am moving to Mars, I need to start layoffs on Earth.
There's only so much space you carry with you. on, right?
I have sold the house, moved to an apartment and moved to another apartment.
Living in a smaller dormitory can enjoy a good benefit: this is the perfect training for astronaut life.
A 900 square foot apartment is the closest thing I can find on Earth to the space capsule leading to outer space.
Not surprisingly, there was a hiccup.
When I moved out of the house, instead of finishing my stuff completely, I brought at least some messy stuff to my later home.
Many baby boomers can be linked together.
Layoffs may be a difficult task;
Packing and handling later often feels easier.
So I put my stuff anywhere: under the bed, in the lobby closet, in the laundry room.
Everything looks good and tidy on the surface.
If you want to know, nothing spills from anywhere.
But I live in lies.
Things I really don't need are lurking around secretly.
It's time to cut my property.
"Can I really do it? " I wondered.
I snorted and thought about it for a few days.
In the end, I was just not ready.
In another year, I will take Kondo's book off the shelf and re-read it.
I can't really tell you why I put off.
Perhaps the thought of all the work I knew would involve, I felt like I had failed before I even started.
I may be afraid of the things that face me, even my life.
What is my future?
I'm not sure.
When I finally reread Kondo's book, I knew with no doubt that it was time to sort it out.
I have just finished a year of graduate studies and am ready to throw a backpack and travel to the world for a few months.
Getting rid of the old idea of making room for the new one is appealing.
So I follow Kondo's instructions step by step.
Look, this sort of thing feels revolutionary.
Kondo recommends that you sort by category instead of by room.
It was a challenge for some, but she insisted it was the most effective way.
It is not easy to decide what to keep or discard.
Emotional items are the hardest.
But she suggests that you can make your decision by focusing on only one category at a time --making muscle.
The more self-discipline you become, the easier it will be.
The categories from the simplest to the most difficult are: clothing, books, papers, komono (
Kitchen, bathroom and other sundries. )
And souvenirs (
Items of emotional value like photos and jewelry).
As instructed, I found an old sheet that was flat on the floor of the living room.
Excitedly, I emptied the closets and drawers in the hallway and bedroom, and piled my clothes and shoes on a sheet from little Everest.
Some people may feel fear at this point. Not me.
I only expect.
Sorting out my home will help me sort out my thoughts, my hopes, my life.
Regarding what I want to do for the rest of my time on this planet, I have some decisions to make and I need a clear head. Sound familiar?
Purposefully, I hold every shirt, sweater, bra, socks, jeans, coat and shoes in my hands and feel its energy in my heart.
I found that sorting is not about thinking.
It's about feeling.
One thing at a time, I asked myself Kondo's famous question: "Can this inspire happiness?
"If so, I will keep it.
If not, I bow to it (
As she suggested
, Thanks for its service in my life and sent it away or disposed.
It feels like a Japanese tea ceremony.
Pious and beautiful.
Four or five hours later, the first job was completed.
It's not surprising that I didn't keep a lot of clothes.
I have reached a point where I feel the need to take off my skin and try something new to increase the size.
It feels good to put down the old clothes and doing so also releases some of the old me.
As I continue, I understand how important it is to complete the classification before going into the organization and storage steps.
It sounds like a small thing, but it's critical to the process.
When you organize, temptation is always transferred by memory.
Put your nose on the grindstone and you need to be disciplined before you throw away what's left of you.
Lesson: move on.
Go ahead. Your decision-
The muscles will only become stronger.
When the clothes are finished, they will go to the book.
You may find it difficult to say goodbye to my friends for years, but the simple question is, "Can this inspire happiness ? ""Do the trick.
I began to realize that every book helped me to be who I am today.
The work is done;
I don't need to have it anymore.
The books on my living room shelf are essential now.
Those who make me smile when I see them, those who really inspire happiness.
All in all, the time to organize books is twice as long as to organize clothes: a whole day.
I have more emotional attachment to my book than most of my clothes, so it takes longer to decide.
I finished my paper.
This category seems to last forever.
I put together a rubber container filled with random notes for years, articles torn from magazines, never read, recipes and flyers.
Very painful-
The most difficult task
Two days later, I filled up four transparent plastic boxes with carefully marked folders and clicked on each one.
If I were to take part in the Boston Marathon, I would not have a greater sense of accomplishment.
I don't just feel good. I feel free.
Like nothing stopped me.
Now is the time to deal with Misc.
It also took me a few days for this category.
Every plate, glass, teacup, fork, knife, spoon, spatula and small household appliances in my kitchen and Chinese cabinet are put on the sheets on the floor.
I was surprised to see the property I had.
I was equally surprised to find that while many people are beautiful, not all of them are necessary.
Do I really need 12 place settings in China and 20 place settings for silverware?
In the bathroom, the white little plastic box from the dollar store helped me sort out everything from toothpaste to cotton balls to soap and floss under the sink.
After a few hours, the toilet was clean and tidy-
Its own little sanctuary.
Next is a souvenir . . . . . . I spent another two days sorting out sentimental items.
Thanks to Spotify, I went through my CD collection, took a cover photo and donated the disc to a local thrift store.
Dvd is also easy thanks to Netflix;
I have collected more than a dozen precious chick movies, and the rest have been donated.
However, the photo is another story.
They spent hours reviewing and tidying up in transparent plastic boxes.
Ten years, I sorted it out carefully.
There is no choice but to walk along the memory lane.
Of course, it was a detour, but it aroused a lot of joy.
The whole sorting process takes about eight days.
It's definitely more of a marathon than a sprint.
My underwear was also treated by KonMari.
Underwear is folded in tax payment according to regulations (
Rolling Line), T-
The shirt is folded instead of flat, the bra is shown in the drawer and not folded at all --
Like Kondo said.
I have to admit that it feels great to sort things out.
As I look at the new environment, I close my eyes, take a deep breath and slowly let it out.
There was a smile on my face, just like it was ground.
It felt like the burden on my shoulder was relieved.
So when everything is folded and organized and said and done again, I sit down and reflect.
It is undeniable that my KonMari experiment has led to some personal growth.
I began to feel more respect and gratitude for my things and the way they support my life every day.
I also became more picky about what I bought and brought into my neat home.
I did a lot of work to create orders
I don't want to mess it up.
Is everything I want to buy useful? Beautiful?
Does it inspire happiness?
If the answer is no, it goes back to the store shelf.
Sorting out not only helped my mind but also my bank account.
I found that my mind was not so confused, and I was very excited.
First of all, it seems that my life path is clearer. it is a kind of happiness.
On the other hand, I was reminded that my relationships and experiences are always more important, no matter how much I have.
The most important thing is that the more I focus on the happy things around me, the more I start to feel the greater happiness in my heart.
I vibrate at a higher frequency to attract good things into my world. Call it real-
Metaphysics of life in work.
So, where are all this standing now?
It's been a year and a half since I first sorted out my home.
Since then, I have moved again, only to find that moving is actually a breeze.
When you reduce something important, it takes less time and effort to pack it and bring it to a new place.
Have things not been organized for a while? Sure they were; I'm only human.
But once I get back on track, I feel like I have no choice but KonMari.
I desire the feeling of freedom.
Who knows where this feeling will lead me now? Mars?
Other parts of the unknown?
Who knows where it will take you?
Karen Cumming's blog about life, meditation and self with heart
Care karencumming. com.
Do you need help sorting it out?
Contact her at karencumming @ gmail.
ComKaren Cumming's blog about life, meditation and self with heart
Care karencumming. com.
Do you need help sorting it out?
Contact her at karencumming @ gmail.
I happened to find Mary condo and her book Life.
On the Internet a few years ago, the magic of finishing was changed.
To my surprise, I really found this book . . . . . . changing.
In fact, I really want to share my experience on social media.
Some of my friends have no impression on me.
In order to organize their thoughts and lives, it seems a useless job to organize the ideas of their houses. "Marie who?
They asked distraught.
On January 2019, no one asked, "Who is Mary? " anymore.
If you miss it, Mary condo is setting off a whole new wave of celebrities thanks to her Netflix reality show, tidying up.
"Every episode, the master of Japanese finishing visits a different family and they are all trying to get rid of their stuff.
Kondo teaches them her patented "KonMari" approach, tidying up clutter and keeping only "spark happy" stuff.
"When the credits roll, these families are surprised that they see their living space, relationships and lives more clearly.
They feel relaxed.
Their property is no longer crushing them.
The first time I read this book was in 2016.
Thanks to the so-called Mars One mission, I was fascinated by minimalist ideas and learned to live with less money.
I was named one of Mars 100 a few years ago. " I was (and still am)
One of the 100 people from all over the world took part in the final round of astronaut selection in a legitimate mission to colonize the red planet.
It seems logical to me: if one day I am moving to Mars, I need to start layoffs on Earth.
There's only so much space you carry with you. on, right?
I have sold the house, moved to an apartment and moved to another apartment.
Living in a smaller dormitory can enjoy a good benefit: this is the perfect training for astronaut life.
A 900 square foot apartment is the closest thing I can find on Earth to the space capsule leading to outer space.
Not surprisingly, there was a hiccup.
When I moved out of the house, instead of finishing my stuff completely, I brought at least some messy stuff to my later home.
Many baby boomers can be linked together.
Layoffs may be a difficult task;
Packing and handling later often feels easier.
So I put my stuff anywhere: under the bed, in the lobby closet, in the laundry room.
Everything looks good and tidy on the surface.
If you want to know, nothing spills from anywhere.
But I live in lies.
Things I really don't need are lurking around secretly.
It's time to cut my property.
"Can I really do it? " I wondered.
I snorted and thought about it for a few days.
In the end, I was just not ready.
In another year, I will take Kondo's book off the shelf and re-read it.
I can't really tell you why I put off.
Perhaps the thought of all the work I knew would involve, I felt like I had failed before I even started.
I may be afraid of the things that face me, even my life.
What is my future?
I'm not sure.
When I finally reread Kondo's book, I knew with no doubt that it was time to sort it out.
I have just finished a year of graduate studies and am ready to throw a backpack and travel to the world for a few months.
Getting rid of the old idea of making room for the new one is appealing.
So I follow Kondo's instructions step by step.
Look, this sort of thing feels revolutionary.
Kondo recommends that you sort by category instead of by room.
It was a challenge for some, but she insisted it was the most effective way.
It is not easy to decide what to keep or discard.
Emotional items are the hardest.
But she suggests that you can make your decision by focusing on only one category at a time --making muscle.
The more self-discipline you become, the easier it will be.
The categories from the simplest to the most difficult are: clothing, books, papers, komono (
Kitchen, bathroom and other sundries. )
And souvenirs (
Items of emotional value like photos and jewelry).
As instructed, I found an old sheet that was flat on the floor of the living room.
Excitedly, I emptied the closets and drawers in the hallway and bedroom, and piled my clothes and shoes on a sheet from little Everest.
Some people may feel fear at this point. Not me.
I only expect.
Sorting out my home will help me sort out my thoughts, my hopes, my life.
Regarding what I want to do for the rest of my time on this planet, I have some decisions to make and I need a clear head. Sound familiar?
Purposefully, I hold every shirt, sweater, bra, socks, jeans, coat and shoes in my hands and feel its energy in my heart.
I found that sorting is not about thinking.
It's about feeling.
One thing at a time, I asked myself Kondo's famous question: "Can this inspire happiness?
"If so, I will keep it.
If not, I bow to it (
As she suggested
, Thanks for its service in my life and sent it away or disposed.
It feels like a Japanese tea ceremony.
Pious and beautiful.
Four or five hours later, the first job was completed.
It's not surprising that I didn't keep a lot of clothes.
I have reached a point where I feel the need to take off my skin and try something new to increase the size.
It feels good to put down the old clothes and doing so also releases some of the old me.
As I continue, I understand how important it is to complete the classification before going into the organization and storage steps.
It sounds like a small thing, but it's critical to the process.
When you organize, temptation is always transferred by memory.
Put your nose on the grindstone and you need to be disciplined before you throw away what's left of you.
Lesson: move on.
Go ahead. Your decision-
The muscles will only become stronger.
When the clothes are finished, they will go to the book.
You may find it difficult to say goodbye to my friends for years, but the simple question is, "Can this inspire happiness ? ""Do the trick.
I began to realize that every book helped me to be who I am today.
The work is done;
I don't need to have it anymore.
The books on my living room shelf are essential now.
Those who make me smile when I see them, those who really inspire happiness.
All in all, the time to organize books is twice as long as to organize clothes: a whole day.
I have more emotional attachment to my book than most of my clothes, so it takes longer to decide.
I finished my paper.
This category seems to last forever.
I put together a rubber container filled with random notes for years, articles torn from magazines, never read, recipes and flyers.
Very painful-
The most difficult task
Two days later, I filled up four transparent plastic boxes with carefully marked folders and clicked on each one.
If I were to take part in the Boston Marathon, I would not have a greater sense of accomplishment.
I don't just feel good. I feel free.
Like nothing stopped me.
Now is the time to deal with Misc.
It also took me a few days for this category.
Every plate, glass, teacup, fork, knife, spoon, spatula and small household appliances in my kitchen and Chinese cabinet are put on the sheets on the floor.
I was surprised to see the property I had.
I was equally surprised to find that while many people are beautiful, not all of them are necessary.
Do I really need 12 place settings in China and 20 place settings for silverware?
In the bathroom, the white little plastic box from the dollar store helped me sort out everything from toothpaste to cotton balls to soap and floss under the sink.
After a few hours, the toilet was clean and tidy-
Its own little sanctuary.
Next is a souvenir . . . . . . I spent another two days sorting out sentimental items.
Thanks to Spotify, I went through my CD collection, took a cover photo and donated the disc to a local thrift store.
Dvd is also easy thanks to Netflix;
I have collected more than a dozen precious chick movies, and the rest have been donated.
However, the photo is another story.
They spent hours reviewing and tidying up in transparent plastic boxes.
Ten years, I sorted it out carefully.
There is no choice but to walk along the memory lane.
Of course, it was a detour, but it aroused a lot of joy.
The whole sorting process takes about eight days.
It's definitely more of a marathon than a sprint.
My underwear was also treated by KonMari.
Underwear is folded in tax payment according to regulations (
Rolling Line), T-
The shirt is folded instead of flat, the bra is shown in the drawer and not folded at all --
Like Kondo said.
I have to admit that it feels great to sort things out.
As I look at the new environment, I close my eyes, take a deep breath and slowly let it out.
There was a smile on my face, just like it was ground.
It felt like the burden on my shoulder was relieved.
So when everything is folded and organized and said and done again, I sit down and reflect.
It is undeniable that my KonMari experiment has led to some personal growth.
I began to feel more respect and gratitude for my things and the way they support my life every day.
I also became more picky about what I bought and brought into my neat home.
I did a lot of work to create orders
I don't want to mess it up.
Is everything I want to buy useful? Beautiful?
Does it inspire happiness?
If the answer is no, it goes back to the store shelf.
Sorting out not only helped my mind but also my bank account.
I found that my mind was not so confused, and I was very excited.
First of all, it seems that my life path is clearer. it is a kind of happiness.
On the other hand, I was reminded that my relationships and experiences are always more important, no matter how much I have.
The most important thing is that the more I focus on the happy things around me, the more I start to feel the greater happiness in my heart.
I vibrate at a higher frequency to attract good things into my world. Call it real-
Metaphysics of life in work.
So, where are all this standing now?
It's been a year and a half since I first sorted out my home.
Since then, I have moved again, only to find that moving is actually a breeze.
When you reduce something important, it takes less time and effort to pack it and bring it to a new place.
Have things not been organized for a while? Sure they were; I'm only human.
But once I get back on track, I feel like I have no choice but KonMari.
I desire the feeling of freedom.
Who knows where this feeling will lead me now? Mars?
Other parts of the unknown?
Who knows where it will take you?
Karen Cumming's blog about life, meditation and self with heart
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Care karencumming. com.
Do you need help sorting it out?
Contact her at karencumming @ gmail.
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