It's time to just say no to the "useful" stuff. You know what I'm talking about. It's often stuff that we get as gifts, for free or that we inherit.
"Useful" stuff is the stuff that is theoretically useful and you're most likely to find in the bathroom, the kitchen or the office. Twist ties, piles of blank paper, old pens, elastic bands, the little bottles of shampoo you never take on trips and fancy soaps you never bring out for guests.
This "useful" stuff can lie around sometimes for decades so what are you going to do?
Your invitation this week is to set the timer for 15 minutes and attack the bathroom, kitchen or office to root out old "useful" stuff and throw it out. When you're done I'd love to hear about it, comment below to let me know.
Yay! Just a quick note to let you know that I'm flying to California for a meditation retreat on Friday and I'll be gone for almost 3 weeks. I'll be in the middle of nowhere so I'm not sure if I'll be able to do the videos but if not I'll see you in August!