I have a few dresses from high school that I’m ready to rid myself of. One, they don’t fit anymore. Two, they just hold too many memories that I want to put in the past already. Three, they’re taking up closet space. Having them isn’t fulfilling anything for me. They’re probably hindering me emotionally. Every time I see them I think about the past, and I’m trying to live in the present.
Pancemaster has written 4 entries about this goal
That aren’t improving my life.
I’ll be eliminating this before the next bill is due.
Sewing Machine- fulfilling (creatively and emotionally oddly enough)
Bulletin board- fulfilling (creatively and spiritually- I put quotes on it)
Broken headboard- Not fulfilling.
Loud desk- Not fulfilling me creatively at all. Not big enough!
Taping my work to the walls with masking tape- Not fulfilling!
Extra floorspace in my bedroom- fulfilling (emotionally)
My room is sort of my sanctuary. It fulflls me only to certan extent. It recharges my batteries. I can’t tolerate having a TV in my room anymore because it’s just too distracting. I rarely watch movies in my room.
Taking walks- fulfilling (emotionally- clears my mind)
Hmm… gotta think more about what fulfills me and what in my life just isn’t helping me. Physical possessions as well as people and actions I take.
The past couple of months I’ve been packing and organizng things in my room- and my life- to simplify things.