I love the feeling of decluttering and spring cleaning. The idea of making a fresh start is vitalizing! I'm clearing out clothes, dishes, toys, books, music, movies, games, and home decor a little at a time and loading it in the car to take to my friend's house. She is having a huge adoption fundraising yard sale in a couple of months, so its the perfect change to help her out, clear the house of things we no longer need, and help others find some good deals.
While I'm at it, I'm going to declutter digitally - getting rid of apps that waste my time. Those time-sucking games, ugh! I would be better off reading books, magazines and blogs then playing those silly games. I've given up specific games in the past for Lent, and while its a late start for this year, I am going to do so again. I usually find that once I'm out of the habit of playing a particular game, I rarely ever want to go back to it. And that time will be given to more worthy pursuits...until its not and I have to reassess myself again.
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