Just a willing spirit.
Today, on this first day, I’m going to:
1.) cast a vision for what this Enough Experiment on the blog will look like, practically speaking.
2.) encourage you to cast a vision of what you’d like your home to look like at the end of our 31 days together.
I’m passionate about a handful (okay, maybe two handfuls) of things. One of them being: inspiring people to de-clutter their homes and lives, freeing up physical, emotional, and mental space to live, breathe, and joyfully pursue what matters most.
(I think I just made that up. If I copied off of anyone, my sincere apologies.)
What the Enough Experiment Will Look Like:
1. Every Monday through Friday, I will write a post giving tips about/inspiration for/personal stories & photos of de-cluttering.
2. I will also give you De-cluttering Missions (should you choose to accept them). A baby-step option and a little-bit-bigger option. (there is no pressure to do these–we all have different schedules, lives, and methods of clearing out clutter)
3. I will ask you questions and give you space to share concerns and victories.
4. Every Saturday there will be a GIVE-AWAY. So as not to make it counter-productive, you will have to get rid of, say, 20 items in your home to be eligible to win.
5. Sundays will be a time of restful reflection.
1. Cast a vision for what you’d like your home to look like, what passions you’d like to pursue, what you’re hoping de-cluttering will free you to do with your one life. (I would looooove it if you’d share it in the comments.)
And your choice of:
2a. Baby-step: Take a little stroll around your house and find 15 things you can either throw away (dirty tissues and candy wrappers don’t count) or put in a box to donate/sell.
2b. A-Little-Bit-Bigger: Look through your closet and drawers and find 20 items of clothing it’s time to part with (underwear with holes, stretched out bras, ratty t-shirts, clothes from high school, things that don’t fit, scuffy shoes, etc).
And report back here with your success story. (I’ll be monitoring the comments all month and awarding class participation at the end of the experiment.)
You can do this, friend! I’m in your corner, cheering you on! xoxoxo