Friday, March 12, 2010

Uncluttering Assumptions

I've been following The Unclutterer blog for quite a while now, and find the writer(s) to be brilliant.  I've picked up some tips on uncluttering from them, and have marveled at the pictures of the Unitaskers (think  that space hog quesadilla maker that I just had to have) that they post on Wednesdays. 

Anyway, the blog is packed full of practical advice that is nearly always worth a look.

Today, however, they write about something different and, friends, it is the most spiritual post I've seen this day.  Go here for a look at uncluttering assumptions

The butterfly picture has nothing whatsoever to do with the post.  I just happen to like it. 

6 comments:

altar ego said...

I knew there was a reason that God put you in my life, Nancy--so that in due time I would be shown the way to the unclutter blog! The message of the post to which you link is something I am constantly trying to point out to people I know whose expectations about the behavior (and timeliness) of others isn't always ours to know. Benefit of the doubt is one of the most useful practices in the world, not to mention a kind one. So glad you posted about this!

Pat said...

Wow. What a wake up call. I think we all need to hear that every once in a while. Thanks for popinting the way.

Ms. Jan said...

Thanks for pointing this blog out to me, I need them! I was touched by how the writer expressed what is so true. Thanks

Deborah said...

Thanks for sharing this great post.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

It is a great blog, thanks for sharing this one. Wow, that's a lot to think about, each day is a gift!

Susan said...

I subscribe to Unclutterer, but don't always read the posts. So thanks for pointing us to this one. Just the reminder I needed to be more tolerant. And also, a reminder to do what's important to me.