I’m not holding anything back today. All the nitty gritty, cluttered mess that is our garage is out there in the open for all to see. Because the first step in fixing a problem is admitting you have a problem, right? (And then publishing it on the internet?) Our garage is definitely a problem and has been since we first moved into our house last year. It’s the dumping ground for anything and everything that doesn’t have a proper home in the rest of the house. But it’s a new year! And there’s nothing I love more than purging old, unused things to make room for more useful and beautiful things.
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So that’s today’s thought… and maybe even a mantra for the new year.
Purge. Simplify. Release. Make room. And clean that dang garage!