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The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, I’ve seen so many HONY posts that start with a story of a controlling partner. But can’t remember one that then ended with such a unique tribute to a loss. You turned Never underestimate woman who loves flamigos heart shirt around and transformed. In this case it’s clear. The butler did it. It sounds like a very controlling relationship, am I the only one who noticed this. Surely not, Rebuilding your sense of self after being controlled for so long and then grief, well, that is amazing. It’s like the Phoenix after the fire. And the new growth. I hope you find much much more dimension.
I struggle with organisation, but the liberation it can bring is profound. So proud of this man who I’ve never met. What a beautiful story. His love, his grief, his healing and his creative zone of excellence. That’s a lovely character arc. From being protected and sheltered to being the caregiver. I’ve actually been sorting through literally everything I own in my room for the past few days – decluttering and organising. I have so much stuff that I’ve accumulated over the years. I’m really enjoying finally getting everything sorted out. This post has only fed my motivation. Thanks for sharing.
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I got to stay at his house a whole summer and the butler was my friend. He was all the things this man aspires to be. I remember that summer. It wasnt the house or the wealth, it was the butler that made it an extraordinary summer and an extraordinary household. This is one of the scariest thing ever- losing a spouse who did almost everything for you. I am an organized person, I love to keep my space tidy and everything where I can see them. I panic when I can’t find important documents.