I eliminated two things today. I guess this wouldn’t be news except those things meant something to me once upon a time.
The very first backpack I used when I started working on computers
It was old and tattered but still I held on to the hope that I would still use it when in fact it is in such poor condition I am afraid to trust anything valuable in it. TOSS!
My favorite Summer Sandals
Okay, so they were falling apart and looked hideous—they were still comfortable!
I have to realize that there comes a time when we need to let go. They were so tattered I would not wear them in public which means I would not really wear them at all. Goodbye, dear shoes.
I know this may sound silly to most of you out there, but eliminating just these two items was a big thing to me today. It shows me that I am becoming less attached to stuff, and more committed to simplicity and minimalism.
I look around this kitchen and see open spaces where once clutter reigned. Even the shelf I placed in here recently is becoming more empty with each passing day. If I applied myself I could eliminate it from the kitchen entirely, so little is contained upon it. Amazing when you consider the fact that it was packed full!
I’m not where I want to be, not by a long shot, but I’m getting there. One little piece at a time.