Streamlining is better than mainlining

My garage cleaned I started to get a high off of the ultra-streamlined organization. This could be a new addiction for me – Streamlining.

Yesterday I removed all the old clothes from my closets. I unpacked boxes that I had just shoved in a closet and trashed what was old and busted and then created a pile of stuff for a yard sale. I have a stack of DVD’s that I’ll probably sell because I never watch DVD’s anymore – ever. I don’t understand the fascination behind watching something I’ve already seen a couple of times – especially when there is so much more to watch!

I’ve already streamlined most of my bills and I need to make a couple of final tweaks and I won’t have to pay any bills manually anymore and I won’t have any cash coming out of my accounts for things that aren’t necessities – like Yoga, Massages, etc.

With everything that is going on in my life, I need to keep things simple. You get more done when you don’t have things holding you down. Removing the clutter and excess from my life is me taking one more step to better control my life and my future.

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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