Inspired by a fellow Jeeper in 2017, I started Project 100. The basic rule for Project 100 is to get your personal items to 100 or less. But each person's way to get there can be different.
The past couple of years, I have been doing a lot of soul searching. During this search I found I want to experience more in my life. To experience more I need to remove the clutter from my life.
Check out my first blog post to see how I started doing just that.
My Project 100 is a continual Project. After reducing my items, clothes not included, to under 100 I needed to do more.
So I challenged myself in December of 2017 to do the reverse Project 100. The Reverse 100 is to get rid of 100 items. I was able to accomplish that by the end of 2017.
Now as we move closer to Springtime that Spring cleaning bug has hit. So once again I have revisited my Project 100. This time I tackled my clothes. I was able to par them down some more. I am not sure why I struggle so much to toss out clothes. There are so many clothes that sit in my closet unworn in months. But this time I was able to toss out 30 items. Slowly but surely I will get there.
Removing the clutter has made a big difference in my life. I now have time to do the things I enjoy. It's not just getting rid of the tangible items but the commitments too.
Less stuff = Less clutter = Less things to worry about = Less stress = Happier Life and more time for the things I enjoy!