Not sure where this will lead to, but it’s something I feel driven to do.  This is my intention for 2010: to reduce the amount of mental, emotional and physical “clutter” in my life, so that I can create more s p a c e for what truly matters.

Would you like to join me?  I don’t have anything formal set-up, as I think this year-long project will organically evolve and define itself.  So all I’m asking is that if any of you are inspired to reduce clutter in your life, so that you can regain that much needed space for all the things you love – those things that make you feel more alive – then come along.  Let’s do this thing together! 

Let’s put ourselves first.  Let’s put our art first.  Let’s put our hidden, quiet, secret dreams first.  Let’s be bold.  Let’s live more fully.  Let’s be our true selves.  Let’s let go of MORE so that we can find that place, that s p a c e, where our hearts are open and free.

And, let’s share our journey.  You are invited to use one of these badges on your blog to help get others involved, or simply as a way to post a visual reminder for yourself.  Feel free to link it to this post.  Also, let me know if you plan on joining me for this “Reduce Clutter; Create Space” year-long challenge.  I will add your link to the sideline of my blog.  If you aren’t interested in participating, yet, want some tips on how to reduce clutter in your life, I will be posting regularly about this topic, so check back often!
Also, if you use Twitter and will be sharing about your reduce clutter journey, add this hash mark:  #reduceclutter to your tweet so we can read each others posts!
Your Personal Reflection:  Ask yourself these questions:  “What is working in my life?”  “What isn’t working as well?”  “What small steps and changes can I make this year to continue creating a life I love?”
As of January 4, 2010:  I’ve added a Twitter “Reduce Clutter; Create Space” list.  Let me know if you want to be added to it.  Also, you can join this “challenge” at anytime throughout the year.

As of July 12, 2010:  Nearly 70 people have joined the challenge.  We all have stories to share and through support, we are connecting, learning and growing.  It has been an amazing 6 months so far.  Let’s continue to create more space – one step at a time.  Are you next?