Make a list. That’s the recommended first act in a course of action designed to change your life for the better. Every year around New Years, most of us make a mental or written list of some kind outlining what we want to do differently in the upcoming year. 2012 is no different, though some believe it might be the last year we’re able to do any of this stuff. Didn’t you know that aliens abducted Elvis and are bringing him back? Or is it that whole Mayan calendar thing? Either way, it’s still the beginning of the year and you need to put junk removal at the top of your to-do list.
Why junk removal? First, let’s define what we mean by the term. Junk Removal is getting rid of those items that you aren’t using anymore, and are just taking up room in your house. You can start off by taking stock of all the junk in the basement, attic and garage – those are the places that people often accumulate the most junk. That’s actually a positive chore at the beginning of the year. Pack up all those old toys, get rid of the exercise equipment that’s gathering dust, and throw out those clothes that will never fit you again. There’s no use lying to yourself. The kids won’t ever wear them.
Once you’ve gotten rid of all that material clutter and Junk King has driven away after the job, think about how the lack of junk in your home has made a difference in your life. You’ll probably feel less stressed, more creative, more open. Take a deep breath and embrace the change. That’s what junk removal is all about – it’s about change for the better.
The same concept of junk removal can apply to your life in 2012. How are you going to live your life better this year? If you really think the end of the world is coming , how do you want to spend your last year? How can you work on clearing all the clutter in your head and concentrating on what’s important in your life?
Junk removal of character and emotional baggage is critical if you’re going to be happier and more productive this year than you were last. A wise man once said, “Live every day as if it’s your last and you’ll find you become a better person.” It doesn’t work for everyone, but it might work for you. Get rid of your old junk and make a fresh start, literally and figuratively. Clean out the basement, garage and attic so you aren’t holding onto the past and so that you’re ready to move forward.