Sunday, December 20, 2009

Hello and Welcome to Our New Followers

As the 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge blog has received a few new followers as of late, I thought I should post a little "Hello and welcome!" to all our new friends.

Please enjoy past posts and future ones that come out infrequently on the 22nd of the month. My blogging is primarily done over at my other blog (Taking Care Of You), however, decluttering is still near and dear in my heart so I simply can't stop sharing decluttering perspective and tips over here with you all!

If you're not familiar with the introduction of Taking Care Of You over here on the 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge blog, here is a snippet:
The 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge is key in Taking Care Of You. Simply put, any area of our life where we focus our awareness will grow us from the inside out.

To that end, decluttering is a form of taking care of ourselves, believe it or not. By accepting your own 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge, you began a journey towards improving the quality of your life from the outside in. Removing a single piece of clutter each day doesn't completely clear an entire life's worth of clutter, especially mental clutter. However, it does begin to grow an awareness inside you about self-worth, creating a life of abundance versus scarcity, etc.

Developing an enhanced awareness of yourself is what the Taking Care Of You blog (affectionately known as TCOY) is all about. Putting yourself in the line of priority, and right in front, is not selfish thinking but rather just thinking proactively.There is no better person to know, understand or believe in than you.
I hope you'll stop by Taking Care Of You to say hello now and again. A great place to start right now is to check out posts on the topic of Life Clutter. I certainly do miss hearing great feedback from you all about your decluttering efforts and willingness to share a comment to help inspire others!

Top 5 Posts:
How I Define Clutter
Decluttering: A How-To
I'd Rather Stay Home From Work and De-junk
Decluttering Made Simple (27-17-7)
Ever Felt Afraid to Declutter?


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