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The Big De-Clutter.

I've been slowly, over the last 4 months, decluttering. There are things in my house that had been sitting idle for YEARS and taking up space. I've enjoyed throwing things out, giving things away or burning things. It's a liberating feeling.

I wish I took before and after pictures, but taking photos today made me realize, I've done pretty well so far. Things look uniform and now I really notice when something is out of place.

It's OK to accessorize in your home. Accessories warm a room up and a comfortable room allows for an emotional bond. I love my house. I love it very much. I question the color of the exterior often, but I love my house. Green carpet and all.

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