Having too much clutter in your environment is similar to cutting off healthy blood flow to parts of your body. Energy known as Chi (chee) flows through a home and the more freely it can flow the healthier the inhabitants of the home will be. Excess stuff that builds up in corners and hallways, closets and even under beds blocks the natural flow of the Chi and puts stress on everyone in the home.
Here is a unique book I stumbled upon that takes a gentle approach to un-cluttering. The author Heather Young approaches life in a simple, understandable, user-friendly way. The book titled; “Over Stuffed ;Put Your House on a Diet and Get On With Your Life” takes the reader on a cleansing journey with out being judgmental.
Heather’s blog the Untraditionalhome.com is not your glitzy, glamorous internet hype, it’s what some call “mom and pop blogging”…but the beauty of diamonds are found in those personal little stories. Enjoy this one folks…
How to Gently De-Clutter Your Life
Is God nudging you to unload the excess possessions that clutter your life? Do you feel trapped by your own stuff but you don’t know where to begin?
It’s not always easy to let go of things, and even harder to make it happen without damaging the relationships of the other people in our life. This personal account can help to take those first few steps. This book is a guide to a lifestyle of having less stuff and more happiness. It’s a roadmap to having emptier closets and fuller hearts.
It’s amazing what you discover when you unclutter your home and your life. You discover yourself again. Spring cleaning is part of the yearly life cycle. I enjoyed this book and I hope it helps you gently de-clutter your life by letting go of whatever you need to let go of to make room for new possibilities.
Don’t pass along your clutter, instead…Pass along this book to friends and family…