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Last week I implemented my Two Minutes to Peace in my home.
Paper clutter invades every area of our lives. One of the last places we conquer is the paper clutter in our cars. Sometimes it is so bad that we are too ashamed to let anyone ride with us.
I have been working on my paper piles and I am a new FlyBaby and it seems as if even though I am throwing papers away, it seems like I am moving one pile to another area of the room and then move again.
I set myself a challenge based on some discussions at the beginning of Lent – I decided to get rid of 40 boxes/bags or items over the course of Lent.
My biggest challenge is paper clutter.
Paper clutter comes in three different types: Trash, Bills and Keep.
I was starting to flutter when my husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in March. We have been spending weeks at a time in the hospital, but praise GOD, he is still with us!
I grew up in a home where my mother had papers everywhere–piles and piles–mixed with endless knick-knacks. Paper clutter has always been a bane to me, and I have had my share of “Mount Papermore.”