Monday

Feel kind of lame in the blogging department.
Mostly its that I have no photos, I'm photoless.
So here's whats going on:

-Still getting rid of stuff and the apartment is complete disaster, I guess my way of doing it is not very organized. Part of the problem is that I get the urge to purge and go thru my belongings find a pile of stuff to get rid of and then it sits in my apartment till I figure out how or where to donate it. A good friend has once again come to my rescue and offered to drive my stuff to a donation place.

-Dreaming about living in a nice, clean, calm, clutter free home. Sort of oposite of my place now, trying to get it together so when I move it won't be so difficult to achieve. Ordered Apartment Therapy in hopes of some help. The author of this book is a part of the apartment therapy blog.

-Did not knit so much over the weekend got completly sucked into a girly fiction novel.

-Found out there is a yoga conference in Boston in April and really interested in the day long intensive called Yoga Body, Buddha Mind.

-Might be able to make the above happen if I would just stop spending money on lots of small things like books, coffee, sugar, blah, blah.

-Have been reading this Seattle book and this one as well.

Well thats it for now, hope everyone is doing well , talk to you later.
Night Night

4 comments:

Christine said...

The apartment therapy blog looks interesting. You'll have to let me know if the book is helpful, I'm in the same situation you are, + one person, - one cat. I have a big pile on one side of my kitchen of stuff waiting to be purged. I mean, it's not really purged until it's out the door, is it? Quite a dilemma. :P

Lissy said...

Wow, they have books on EVERYTHING, don't they? Good deal. I am on an apartment purge myself. Threw away a ton of CD cases and swept in places that haven't seen a broom in many a moon.

bitterknitter said...

It is such a pain to get stuff to a donation place, but I feel too bad to throw most of it away. I hate that. Good luck with it, moving is the best motivator!

Lissy said...

I got rid of my scale by having Gary just leave it with the other trash. By the time I got downstairs (I leave for work about an hour later than he does), it was GONE! The North End has some majorly efficient, professinal trash pickers, and since I have no wheels, I'm thinking of putting stuff down on the street with a "take me" sign. I once acquired a whole wardrobe, not to mention most of my furniture, this way. ;)

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