Had a wonderful time working with Walter after his move! He was great about letting go of things he no longer uses. Peak inside the storage cabinet: The silver rack will eventually be moved into storage and the closet will be replaced with something that matches their new living room. We were working to make the space usable until this changes take place. Mission accomplished.
I love jewelry as much as the next girl but my collection had gotten a little out of hand. I stored it all in one over flowing box. It was such a nightmare, I often chose to ware the same things over and over again rather then go on an early morning scavenger hunt. This was my “jewelry box” before: I started off with some ruthless purging. I absolutely had thoughts like, “but what if I need it someday,” “can you actually ever have 'too much' jewelry?” You'll buy another one a
"Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over... it became a butterfly" My mom told me this quote and I love it! I think it can be very similar to the organizing processes. Just when you are at your wits end and totally overwhelmed, by digging deep and going through all that stuff you have buried and pushed aside you can bring in a breath a fresh air and cause a transformative experience.