Join us on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Sulzer Library for a great conversation about getting rid of stuff and rethinking your relationship to your stuff. We will have a real live organizer to help demystify just what they can help you do, as well as a discussion of the now famous book “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.”
We all have stuff, most of us have too much of it. If you have lived in the same place for more than 10 years, I’ll bet that you have a fair amount that you haven’t seen or used for a while. You may not need that dresser you had as a child or the jewelry from your ex-husband or the two sets of china that you won’t use because it is “too good.” You don’t have to abandon your stuff on the curb, but you may want to rethink your position after this talk.
I have a friend that got together all her old gold jewelry, some from childhood gifts from her parents, some from her ex-husband, and some lone sentimental items that she was never going to wear again. She sold it and purchased a camera that she uses virtually every day to take gorgeous pictures in the mountains of North Carolina. What a great reuse of that stuff. Sitting in a box never to be worn again or something that gives her joy on a daily basis. That is one example of rethinking your attitude about your stuff.
Come and listen as Pat and Sandy lead a discussion that will be lively. Sandy has a company called Step-by-Step by Sandy, and she will get you thinking! This may be just the thing that helps you to get started or to complete that project that you have been trying to finish. Join us!