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I Am

Misinterpret

Recorded two If Disney Ran Your Life podcast episodes yesterday with Jody Maberry. We wrapped up Season 3, which is technically Season one since the first two seasons were practice.

Misinterpreting is easy.

No experience required.

Yesterday when i said:

At some point in time, when we least expect it, we will wake up surrounded by stuff that not only doesn’t serve us, but holds us back and drags us down.

i am not judging others who collect and possibly even hoard stuff.

Sounded like it, i know, but it’s not judging.

Here’s what it is.

People are free to do what they please. i embrace this inalienable right to have freedom of choice.

Freedom to choose is beautiful and i am certain that i can no longer live with lots of stuff that doesn’t make me feel free.

This strong belief has nothing to do with other people’s habits and has everything to do with mine.

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Uncommon Sense

Do not pass go, do not collect

Letting go can, and should, be learned. And put into practice as a habit and ritual.

Do not pass go, do not collect.

Do. Not. Collect. Stuff.

At some point in time, when we least expect it, we will wake up surrounded by stuff that not only doesn’t serve us, but holds us back and drags us down.

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Make It Simple

Clutter steals our balance

Starbucks food display
Cluttered but organized.

 

Clutter steals our balance.

When we buy too many things to make our lives more abundant (or organized), we are actually creating more work for ourselves.

Things need care, cleaning, insuring, protecting, storing, etc.

We won’t see the truth in this until we are older and have accumulated more than we can handle.

By then it may be too late to change, right?

 

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

If we can agree that neither of us is in charge

Hoarding

 

(photo: Empty nester’s often use their children’s bedrooms for storage)

Do not judge others.

Others, please do not judge us.

If we can agree that neither of us is in charge of the other and neither will change to suit the other…

Let us be at peace with that and let the cards of the future fall where they may.

Seems fair and reasonable.

Preparing for a huge life transition in Orlando, the process of reorganizing at home began before this trip.

It only took two seconds to understand the personal value of being decently organized.

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Day To Day

Let’s do one thing today that seems insignificant

Buildings with zero landscaping
The designer(s) designed with zero landscaping

 

Let’s do one thing today that seems insignificant. Throw something away, or recycle or donate it.

One thing is insignificant. But as we collect stuff over time, it becomes significant.

Let’s get rid of it in similar fashion (assuming we can’t do it all at once).

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