Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

There. That helps.

Voice In Head: You have too much stuff.

You have too much stuff.


Oh, and: you need to clean. At least vacuum. And at least some dusting.

Me, Possessor Of Said Head: *piles much stuff on bed*



*looks at bed covered in stuff*

...and suddenly, it was MUCH easier to be ruthless about getting rid of things. Some trashed; some in recycling receptacles; some in folders, the correct folders in not necessarily the correct order but the priority was getting them out, of, the, way.

Now: more room. And less dust. And a sense of some accomplishment.

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