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Let it GO! Decluttering (simplifying) your life of (people, places or things) success stories?

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  • RetiredAndLovingItRetiredAndLovingIt Posts: 635Member Member Posts: 635Member Member
    I love looking at old pictures..even when I don't know who they are.
  • RubyRed427RubyRed427 Posts: 2,301Member Member Posts: 2,301Member Member
    I like the post and link about NEAT. I think some of us do that naturally. I always try to park far from a store. I also try to do planks through out the day. I never knew there was a name for that type of activity. Thanks for sharing the link @NewLIFEstyle4ME and @Orphia
  • RubyRed427RubyRed427 Posts: 2,301Member Member Posts: 2,301Member Member
    @NewLIFEstyle4ME I like how you walk to the grocery store. I think our brain needs that type of experience. I once heard Deepak Chopra speak about vibrations and how all the electronics/tv/phone/car/machinery produce so many hidden vibrations that we need to get away from that as much as we can.
  • NewLIFEstyle4MENewLIFEstyle4ME Posts: 4,024Member Member Posts: 4,024Member Member
    @NewLIFEstyle4ME I like how you walk to the grocery store. I think our brain needs that type of experience. I once heard Deepak Chopra speak about vibrations and how all the electronics/tv/phone/car/machinery produce so many hidden vibrations that we need to get away from that as much as we can.

    Thank you so much Julie for posting this <3o:)<3
  • allmannerofthingsallmannerofthings Posts: 752Member Member Posts: 752Member Member
    @snoo61 Sorry to hear that - hopefully you can get replacements that you like even better than the old ones.
  • snoo61snoo61 Posts: 513Member Member Posts: 513Member Member
    @snoo61 Sorry to hear that - hopefully you can get replacements that you like even better than the old ones.

    Thanks, I have to laugh because that was my first thought about the stove. :)
  • NewLIFEstyle4MENewLIFEstyle4ME Posts: 4,024Member Member Posts: 4,024Member Member
    I have been enjoying this thread from the start--thanks OP-- and finally have one to add, with a bit of mortification and a chuckle. I have done the deep debulk and donation of multiple truck loads of stuff in the past but apparently always skipped one area. Today I decided to clean out the two shelves in the bathroom that are designated for things like bandaids, extra razor blades, soap, cold medicines and so on. And I put on my granny glasses (apparently for the first time) and found to my embarrassment I had multiple expired items, meds, visine, etc. But the worst one was the Calamine lotion. It expired in 1994!!!!! This bottle of calamine predated the birth of 3 of 4 of my grown children!!!!

    My absolute pleasure and THANK YOU ever so much for contributing to this thread! Way to go winner AND I so can relate to skipping places (for me it was the multitudes of chipped and excess mugs I've "collected" over the years). AND I haven't yet tackled my garage. It's not "necessarily" messy nor has a lot of excess "stuff" in it--but I've got stuff in there that's just collecting dust and is totally unnecesary AND hasn't been dusted/swept/mopped/decluttered in an embarrassingly LONG TIME--your post has inspired me to tackle that immediately if not sooner=tomorrow--FOR SURE) The expired stuff in the medicine cabinet and pantry is sooooo the norm--it's amazing how we can just hold on to "stuff" thinking we "may" need it one day. Like the 1+ year old dressings, condiments, and stuff in the fridge/pantry or cupboards. Girl....that's soooo funny, Calamine lotion from 1994 (older than your grown children) it's real and it's so GOOD to let it go (at last).
    edited July 2018
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