Saturday, August 31, 2013

Let's Pretend


Humour me or a moment here, if you will. And pretend that I am moving. Because I think that is the way to get my butt moving in this studio clean up dealio. You know when you are planning a move you have to pack things up and away and you inevitably end up evaluating everything before you put it in a box. Because packing is a pain in the butt, but unpacking is even more painful! So any item that you can eliminate and spare yourself a little grief in the end is worth it.

In other words, I have been going about it the wrong way! And yes, this new way might will totally involve more work for me. And more studio down time. But I think in the long run it is the best for me.

Hard! Oh man! This is going to be so hard!

I bought these four green bins months ago at the new Target, thinking I could fill them with all the shit in my studio that I don't want to keep and then decide what to do with it. Well, I filled them alright, but I still have shit I don't want and don't need cluttering up my shelves. And now I have these four full green bins cluttering up my floor as well.

So in the spirit of "let's pretend I'm moving" and "I want less shit in my life" I am going to fill these bins with the things I WANT to keep. And when they are full, I am done.

Everything else goes away. Far far away.

Everything in those bins goes back on a shelf or in a drawer.

Perhaps they will even get labelled and nicely organized as well. HA! Who am I kidding?! The only way that will happen is if the Organizing Fairy comes over to help.

And I don't think she's available this weekend...

Do you have any big projects that you just can't bring yourself to tackle?
Do you know any organizing fairies?

later loves

4 comments:

  1. Ha. I love this tactic.... but selfishly I immediatelty thought, I can take some of that off your hands. Maybe next time I'm in Edmonton I'll be your organizing fairy in exchange for some rejects. ;)

    Good luck, love.

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    1. I'll save the good rejects for you!

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  2. Good luck with that! Looks like you've got a pretty big task on your hands. I always recommend that William Morris method. Keep nothing which you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. And if you are not sure, chuck it.

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  3. Oh my. I thought my room was bad! ;) According to facebook though, it seems you are making a dent! Can't wait to see how it turns out - you may have even inspired me to work on my room some more (it started last weekend but I got side tracked ;))

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