Spring Clutter Clearing

Posted on April 20, 2010. Filed under: Clearing Clutter, Household Tips | Tags: |

This time of year is totally conducive to clearing out the old, stale, used, outworn things in our lives.  It is a natural process along with Spring’s glorious, fresh new life bursting into bloom everywhere.    How could we be immune to its effects in our lives?  After a winter of hibernating in our overheated, closed up houses, all we want to do is throw open the doors and windows and let the fresh clean breezes just waft in and  work  their magic.   With the natural impetus of the season  there seems to be a  compulsion to shed any clutter and heaviness in our homes and lives.   A few days ago I was actually able to convince my husband to clean out his closet.   It was amazing.  He found five big trash bags of clothes to give away to Goodwill.   Five bags!  The feeling that we get when we walk into the closet now is so light and airy – it feels like an actual physical lightening up and brings a smile to our faces.   What can we clear out next?

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