I’m looking at you purple Prince shirt with the flouncy collar. How did you get in there?
What possessed me to think I would wear you when I won’t ever perform on stage in an arena?
These thoughts flew into my head as I tossed the blouse into a new Salvation Army donation bag.
In January 1990 I had my first-ever article published in a newspaper column. It was titled Time to Start Spring Cleaning.
Thirty-two years ago, I was in the vanguard in talking about clearing out mental clutter as well as your clothes. In the dead of winter.
2022 I envision as being The Year of Freedom. It’s time to let go of the things that no longer serve a purpose in our lives.
My recommendation is to find a therapist to talk to. Letting go is a loss not only of what’s hanging on a rod but of the thoughts hanging out in our heads.
It can be tempting to want to fill up this newly empty space. It takes courage to travel light.
Living through the pandemic attests to not keeping around forever in our heads hearts and homes anything that is not useful beautiful and adored.
While I was spring cleaning, I tossed out the teal fringe cardigan because I am not the kind of girl to wear such a creation.
2022 I firmly believe is the year to say: “Good riddance!” to the old and outdated.
Making room for the new and better in terms of our thinking and how we interact with each other.
The power of transformation lies in giving ourselves the breathing room to express ourselves in the moment we’re living.
Our closets should live and breathe too.
In the coming blog entry, I will give insight into the ultimate beauty of letting go of what no longer serves us.