What’s stopping you from decluttering, getting rid of the stuff you don’t use?
“But I spent good money on that.”
We say this mostly about mistakes — things we’ve purchased with our hard earned money and haven’t been able to get our money’s worth.
It happens a lot with clothes or shoes. It doesn’t quite fit, it’s the wrong shade, or not really our style.
It happens with bargains. The incredibly good deal persuades us to buy something we didn’t really need and don’t end up using.
It happens when things don’t pan out the way we thought. Hobbies, new things we wanted to try.
We can’t bear to part with them because it would be such a waste. In the meantime they’re cluttering up our attics, crowding our closets, and pushing their way into our living spaces.
Are you keeping monuments to your mistakes?
Start getting rid of them today. If you can’t sell them, donate them.
Think of it as investing in someone else’s life and “buying” yourself some valuable space in your home.
That’s money well spent.