Monday, January 3, 2011

Mother Connie Sez: Listen to George?

This is pretty much all that's left of our stored goods!  
George Carlin had it right:

We have promised ourselves we will spend 15 minutes a day EVERY DAY, dealing with our STUFF, until it is absorbed into the household and we have room to park our vehicles IN THE GARAGE.  Wow, what a concept! 

If you tend toward hoarding or if you procrastinate about getting shed of things you no longer love or things that no longer serve you...OR IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE LIKE THAT...they need to hear what George says.  He tells it like it is.  Never mind the few bad words he throws in.  The point he makes is that we all have too much stuff!

Having things is not wrong.  Having too many things, though, can be a problem.  

Do you buy things and then suffer guilt pangs?  Do you give gifts in the hope of gaining friends or someone's approval?  Do you anguish over money issues?  Has the quality of your sleep been impaired because you worried about your belongings?  Has your health spiraled downward on account of paying for all those things you thought you could not live without?  Did your relationship with someone dissolve over money issues?

Do NOT despair.  Make a plan to spend 15 minutes a day every day until you have managed that clutter and over supply of material goods.  Stick with it until you have reached your goal.  And do check out The Healing Codes because they take up hardly any room at all and once you LEARN the protocol, you can pass along the information to people who matter to you.

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Oh, and by the way, after you have wrestled all your stuff and have it under control please follow this one rule:  If something comes INTO the house-garage, tool shed, whatever-something must GO OUT.  It keep the balance and permanently reduces stress!  Great strategy, isn't it?

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  1. Hi Connie, Love this post. This is what I am focusing on right now. I want much less stuff. Boy, you are absent from blogging for a while and then bam several posts in one day.

  2. So happy to have you pop in for a peek and a comment, dear one.

    This is going to be very much an ongoing process.

    I noticed that Living On a Dime posted about the same thing and they have some good strategies for attacking the STUFF and managing it!

    Hurry back!

    Mother Connie

  3. If I spent 15 minutes a day for the rest of my life I'm not sure I could clear out all the hubs clutter. It's a nice dream though.

  4. O, Bodacious One, FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE? Since you are very um, YOUNG, that could be a really long time.

    And knowing guys, all the time you would spend DEcluttering, that man would be out there, shopping for more "Man Things" like fishing gear, gadgets, tools and whatever have you. I'm telling you, it might just be a lost cause!


    I'm giggling cuz if we didn't giggle we'd just cry our eyes out.


  5. Oh goodness...I sometimes think that clutter somehow multiplies when I am not looking. I am forever thinking that not matter how much I get rid of "extra" things...more just magically appears. Oh my! 15 minutes a day huh? I suppose I could try that! :)

  6. It's surprising how productive 15 minutes' worth of work can be when it comes to getting rid of STUFF, Rainy!

    Now, our next issue will be to get rid of the BOXES we have "suddenly" accumulated. If it isn't one thing, it's another!

    Anybody short of book marks? I have an oversupply...

    Mother Connie


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