Stuff, stuff, and more stuff that I don’t want to let go! I’ll sit with it and see what surfaces to let go. Once in the tiny room I’ll get overwhelmed and will be more than willing to donate to Good Will or a charity.
Try as I might I just don’t want to let go of everything. Ridiculous I know. Why am I reluctant?
KC: Even though I’m reluctant and don’t know why. I love and accept myself anyway.
KC: Even though it doesn’t make sense to cart all this stuff around. I can’t seem to let it go and I accept my conflict.
KC: Even though I need to just let it all go and can’t. I accept the process.
EB: I don’t want to let it all go
SE: I won’t be able to find the stuff again
UE: Some things are almost antiques
UN: I really like some of the things
CH: Maybe by tomorrow I could let a few more things go
CB: It’s hard
UA: I know
TH: I honor my reluctance
EB: I’m tired of going through things
SE: I’m tired of sorting through
UE: I want my own place
UN: I want lots of money and my own place
CH: It’s not time yet
CB: Be grateful for what you have
UA: It will be just fine
TH: All in Divine timing
EB: Just think about letting more things go
SE: Just let it be easy
UE: One box at a time
UN: Easy and effortless
CH: The joy of buying more stuff in a year
CB: Stimulating the economy
UA: Laugh about this
TH: It’s pretty funny
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: It is funny---its stuff I don’t use anyway. I think I’ll think about letting more go