We spent the morning working on our Resolutions List. I have a list of “standards”–the same things listed every year simply because I lacked committment. This upcoming year will be different.
Life is constantly transforming us but, like a leaf floating in a stream, often we are passive in the face of these transformations and just go where the current takes us. I’ve resolved to stop floating and to start swimming.
Part of the transformation I’m striving for means revolutionizing my studio so that I can work more efficiently. And, after two months of decluttering and reorganizing, my space is once again my own. There is still much to do but at least now there is room for my energy to flow.
Energy creates energy.
Transformation is about changing habits. Here are some related links: How Long It Takes to Form a New Habit + William James on Habit
photo by Chiara Pilar
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I can totally relate to your decluttering and reorganization of your studio. I’m going to tackle mine in the new year … half finished projects are terribly uninspiring!
It’s like going on a diet after accumulating too many kilos. And once you get rid of the excess you have more energy.
Good Luck with your decluttering!