|Take a bite out of clutter.|
Confessions of a pack-rats
|Oh the horror! My shove-all closet off the |
family room. Time to pay the piper for
all the times I saved time hiding clutter
rather than dealing with it.
Let's not only hope for a spill-over of good habits and positive philosophies caused by getting our houses in order, let's live it. Let's tackle the dark corners where we shove clutter to put off until later. Later is now.
|Here's the garden bed I want to start with |
in Spring. I remember what it once looked
like before the crab grass, etc. moved in.
That corner is like that eyesore of a weedy bed under the spotlight of the morning sun. You know, that ray of beautiful light that slips between the branches and highlights a section of garden like center stage. What a shame for that light to highlight thistles when it could show off rich hummus planted with cherished favorites. That beam of light could show through your windows and into simple, peaceful bliss rather than cluttered spaces. Get in the habit and you'll be ready to tackle the tough garden jobs at the start rather than hemming and hawing until the bugs come out and the heat begins to swelter.