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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

It's spring and spring has sprung!

This is a succulent growing in our garden in the southwest.

Spring is in the air-it is a lovely southwestern day! Springtime may be a great time for you to clear out the figurative cob-webs in your mind, home, closets, car, or office. Time to reduce (donate, sell, or give-away), reuse (repair), and recycle (transform) items that are cluttering your life. Clear the decks; create spaciousness in your living environment. You may be surprised to discover that spring cleaning and clearing has a ripple effect at work and in your personal life.

Check out the link below from Sue Rasmussen at Making Room for What Really Matters. Plenty of suggestions and support.

http://www.unclutter-organize-transform.com/sue-rasmussen.html


The quote for today is :  "I think people want very much to simplify their lives enough so that they can control the things that make it possible to sleep at night."
Twyla Tharp

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Have a Lovely Holiday/Joyful Day!

In Peace and Health, Nan






2 comments:

  1. Hi Nan,
    Spring is clearly my favorite time of the year. It feels like a time of rebirth for me so I totally agree with the idea of Spring as the perfect time to clear out the cob-webs in my mind, home, closets, office, etc.It is definitely time to declutter! I am so glad you shared your lovely insights at the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party Blog Hop! I appreciate it!

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    1. Thanks Deborah Davis. I so relate about it being a time of rebirth. And we seem to be in a mutual admiration society. Keep up the good work you do!

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