It is hard work being an adult. I started decluttering my office desk and wow. Its amazing how much stuff you can end up with on even your desk.
So far, I'm really enjoying the book. It doesn't have any pictures (at least the ebook version I'm reading doesn't), so that I don't have to look at pictures and get depressed at how perfect her house is and how perfect her closets are. Right now I'm reading about donating over trying to sell your stuff. Its extremely hard for me. I think about all the money that I spent purchasing my items, but it is taking up "valuable space" in my house, which is more important than the $10 I could get from my kids' duplos. It gives me heart palpitations, but it is honest. So now I have to try really hard to move forward. Its sort of funny because I don't have any trouble with donating clothes. In fact I donated a bag of clothes that was bigger than my nine-year-old daughter yesterday and I didn't bat an eye. Weird.
Anyone else have a hard time decluttering?