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    Shivani Singh

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Reorganizing

During Spring break, I was effortlessly drawn to reorganizing things . . . literally, everything! Right from my bathroom caddy to my wardrobe, I went through each bin, closet, drawer, cabinet, etc in order to re-organize my stuff. Not necessarily as much of getting rid of materials but simply more of cleaning, dusting and placing back in designated spots.

Just doing this, not only reacquainted me tons of things that I have, own and have hoarded (but never used) . . . but also brought back memories that I don’t get to reconnect with often. I was able to find a bunch of my valued trinkets and treasured clothing while going through heaps of accumulated junk.

I was able to declutter and genuinely make space without trashing or throwing away even a single item. Just stacking & folding properly opened an unbelievable amount of space in my closet. Moving and shuffling the way my utensils & dishes sit in kitchen helped make a spot for my juicer to sit on. Organizing the Tupperwares in the fridge as well as the frozen foods in the freezer made me realize how many more Ice Cream Variety packs I could stuff in there.

All in all, take my word for it, RE-ORGANIZING turned out to be one of those Serendipitous activities I happened to do. Hope you all get to put your hands on some “Stuff” to reorganize soon! TIDY UP!

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