The End of My 2010 Decluttering Challenge

When I accepted another 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge at the beginning of this year, I was worried about being able to stay true to another commitment to declutter every single day for a year. As expected, I started off focused and determined but when my mid-year craziness began at work, decluttering was the last thing on my mind. I made up progress at the end of the year, but it wasn't true "decluttering one item per day" and not my challenge. No matter how I judge my decluttering journey this year, though, I feel amazed at what I've accomplished because I'm free of over 365 items of clutter!

The last Focus Challenge being issued this year has been posted over at the 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge blog. It's a thinking one; a little something to consider as we head into the new year, fresh with promise.

For those who are still in progress on their challenges, past Focus Challenge ideas are available to inspire you during the months ahead. And I am here, ready to share motivation and cheer you on, if you need it.

Are you going to accept your own 365 Days of Decluttering Challenge in 2011? Want to be inspired by a routine approach to looking at your stuff for signs of it being clutter; something to develop into a lifestyle change, not to get on a decluttering high that will lead to a de-motivating crash & burn.

To me, decluttering doesn't end. We all buy. We all consume. And we all have the potential of letting clutter in the door or keeping it here when we get more stuff. Pretty much, we all have to decide what stays and what goes, because there is always more clutter trying to make its way into your space and into your mind.

Until next time...Take Care Of You!

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