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  1. Nicole Langman says:

    Oh my goodness Pam! I needed this. Thanks for a great blog.

    1. You’re welcome! It has been quite the learning curve for me! But gaining skills in declutterring!

    2. PAMela G Mutz says:

      You’re welcome, Nicole! I continue growing in this “decluttering” world! Thank you for the encouragement! xo

  2. Crystal Bowman says:

    Thanks, Pam, for this wonderful article. It’s perfect timing for me since we are preparing to sell our family home that we owned for 36 years. God knew what I needed today!

    1. PAMela G Mutz says:

      Oh Crystal! It is a conflux of emotions after living in your home filled with memories for many years! I will pray you have another voice present to encourage you along the way!

  3. Kim Cusimano says:

    Pam, thanks for the encouragement in this area. It can be hard to let things go, but the end result is worth it!

    1. PAMela G Mutz says:

      And it can benefit others as well. THANK YOU, Kim!

  4. Lisa Friesen says:

    Love this blog! Absolutely resonates with me. Thank you for sharing!

  5. Jennie Afman Dimkoff says:

    Oh, Pam, this blog has inspired me to take a fresh look at my own space to see what I can live without and what might be more useful to someone else. You’ve nudged me with wisdom,charm and humor, and I thank you! Love you, sweet friend.

  6. Mark Mutz says:

    A great read and challenge! I don’t know whose mom this is, but they sure are lucky!

  7. Teri Gasser says:

    Your words are timely and true. I began a journaling my journey to less last year. I also released my first book three months before and second four months after I started declutter it. Needless to say I didn’t get far. A few drawers and cupboards was all I accomplished in 2023. This year my word is hidden. The Lord had deployed me to hack the hoard in my basement. It’s slow emotional work. My minimalist millennial daughter helped get rid of her things while she and her family visited at Christmas. The most helpful things I’m learning is form follows function. When I ask how do I want this space to function, it reveals what needs to be there. Anything that hinder the function of a space goes. The other thing is I can love people and let their gifts go. And if they love me they’ll give me their blessing! Like my dear friend of almost forty years who saw I was discarding a cross stitch she made me said, “It was for a season and that season has past. Let it go!”