I was lucky enough to see Gail Blanke at a WINS event in New York City. I was lucky enough to receive a copy of her book, which really just made my week. I realized that throwing out 50 things wasn't going to be as hard as I thought, I mean, I only have my room for now.
In the process of thinking about the stuff I have that I don't want, I realized that not having that many things is a blessing in disguise. I've always been sort of a person to throw away things I don't want, or giving them away to charity. What attracted me to this book was the clearing of the mental clutter. Unfortunately, or fortunately rather, I have had it rough.
I say that I am fortunate to have had the rough times in life because they've shaped the person I am today.
I am at a point in my life where I feel like there's light at the end of the tunnel. In the spirit of change I'm going to start throwing away some stuff.
Since, I can't get to my room 'till this weekend. I'll start clearing out my Twitter page.
FIRST THING I AM THROWING OUT
1. Tony Robbins from my Twitter page.
Sorry Tony, you're a great guy. I loved you in "Shallow Hal" but I just stopped reading ya.
49 to go
P.S: I laughed out loud when Gail Blanke wrote,in the introduction, about her mother being a Virgo, and that she is an Aquarius.
My boyfriend is a Virgo, and I swear he knows exactly where to find that Krazy Glue stick in his drawer, he knows where each of his shirts are in his drawer and what color they are. I am the not-so-organized Aquarius, and have a way to go.