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declutter, etc

Posted By: MQ MT/ME'r on 2005-12-15
In Reply to: I've found the answer and how to declutter. - decluttering queen

So sorry for your cancer diagnosis. Don't know what kind you have been diagnosed with -- I was diagnosed with breast cancer about 5-1/2 years ago - certainly wasn't expecting THAT as I had no symptoms, etc. Am doing fine now. Just wanted to give you some encouragement and hope. Take care of yourself and wish you well. If you have any questions or anything, I'll be glad to email you.

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I've found the answer and how to declutter.
Get diagnosed with cancer.   Got the diagnosis yesterday and today I've been going through the house like the Tazmanian devil.   I'm throwing stuff away, boxing stuff up to go to Goodwill and Freecyling some stuff.   We were in serious need of a Clean Sweep (though I never would do it because I'd be too embarrassed that I let my house get like that).   I know it is a bit of an overreaction, but both of my parents died and didn't have things in order and I was left to deal with it all and don't want the same for my family.  I also don't want to look at the clutter anymore and want my house to be relaxing and not be afraid to open my door when the doorbell rings.   It also helps keep my mind occupied.   I only made a teeny, tiny dent in the clutter, but at least it was progress.   I also don't want my kids growing up thinking that our house is "normal."  I have boys and I don't think their future wives would  appreciate a slob for a husband. 
I declutter on Wed nights so the cleaning lady can clean on Thursday morning
It's easier for her to do her job if she doesn't have to pick up my kids slop.  Heck, if I wasn't so busy picking up all the time, I'd have time to do the cleaning myself.