The problem is, that because of this fear of “lack” I continued to hold onto things I didn’t need or want anymore because I was afraid that I would need it as soon as I released the object and won’t be able to buy a new one.
I am not going to lie, it was hard and we have barely scratched the surface. I struggle with the idea of throwing things away when I feel they are still useful to someone else or can be recycled. It physically hurts to throw useful things away.
This weekend, I focused these rigid, core beliefs, freeing myself from the self-imposed limitations that were keeping me and my family stuck in a cycle of clutter and lack.
It is OK to let go.
It is OK to throw things away.
It is OK to move on.
It is OK to invite something new into your home and your life.
It is OK to be mindful and awareness as you process this release.
It is OK.