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Cambridge, MA
Hometown: Cambridge

Member since:

January 20, 2008


How can this Meetup group help you MOST?

Hold me accountable, track progress, help celebrate victories, and offer new strategies, techniques, resources, and ways of thinking to unblock my progress toward achieving a simpler life and clutter-free living space.

What do you think you need in order to make significant progress on decluttering?

TIME - plus accountability to some select others in a highly motivated group to touch bases with as needed, + new rules in mind to speed progress. Also, being able to share others' joyous victories over clutter could urge ME onward faster, too.

How would you like to use the currently cluttered space that is of greatest concern to you, once it is cleared?

I want to have people over again for conversation on topics I'm especially interested in, over dinners. Such times have been some of my fondest memories, so I want to build that back into my life (but in a more doable fashion than before).

How might some others benefit most from possessions you are finally able to release?

In fact, I've been gratified to observe such benefits - "clutter triumphs" - when others put to good use stuff that had just been a bother to me - such as unwearable clothing donated to Animal Rescue League, and old stuffed toys given to children.


Hi! I'm FED UP with having so much stuff at home - and in life. This group helps me, along with others, to find FUN & PRODUCTIVE ways to better steward resources: time & possessions, including the spaces we are blessed to call home. Come join us!

What Judy is saying about this Meetup Group

Participants PROVE in wide-ranging, creative ways our determination to simplify our spaces and lives...the sooner, the better! Group members are action-oriented, positive, motivating, and helpful- offering insights into the psychological and spiritual roots of our respective clutter-related challenges (something different for each of us), as well as information about resources, strategies, and philosophies about stuff, its utility, relation to our precious time as well as space, and significance for moving ourselves and others forward to live in ways we'd prefer. Change toward simpler living can be difficult, so having such a supportive resource as this group in our corner is valuable. I appreciate our time and work together...AND all ideas for making our decluttering projects FUN, SOCIABLE, & REWARDING. Bring a decluttering buddy to help with accountability at our meetings- or come to FIND a decluttering buddy(ies) at our meetings!

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