Personal Space….what’s that? Who owns your personal space anyway? You, or all your stuff? Have you and your stuff become one and the same? Are you working for your stuff? Is your stuff working for you?
Stuff is an interesting word. Think of it. You can stuff a toy, stuff a backpack, stuff people, into a car, a train, a bus, a plane, you can stuff a mushroom, stuff a potato, stuff a turkey, stuff your mouth (with turkey), stuff a bookcase, your home, your garage, your closets, your brain! Stuff blurs boundaries. Do you have boundaries in place for your stuff?
When you think about the kinds of ways you spend your precious time, or your hard earned money, how much and in what ways do your efforts actually give back to you? Think about it, it may reveal some interesting dynamics. We work hard to buy things, spend time creating things, and then those things need maintenance, lots of maintenance. Homes, appliances, vehicles, clothing, kids, relationships, etc all require either some sort after space and/or some amount of maintenance, either physical or emotional. If it takes up space, it needs tending to. And guess who does the tending? Bingo…you do. After all, it is all yours.
Personally I am into low maintenance. In my fantasy “perfect world”, I work for something, create it or buy it, put it into place and it then takes care of my needs and itself. In my “real world” very little in my life works like that. When I look around my own space about the only things I see that even ring close to my “perfect world” functionality are my closets and my golden retriever! (Oh, my husband is pretty low maintenance too!) While not nearly as lovable as my husband or my Golden, my closets and their accessories do give back quite a lot.They give me a sense of organization and the gift of time. Organization gives me a peace, a sense of control and order. Organization saves me time because I know where things are and how to get them quickly. Evey moment I do not waste looking for something is a moment I can spend doing something else I really care about. Organization reduces stress. Organization puts the “personal” back into personal space, puts a boundary between me and my stuff, and gives me the ability to spend my time living more effortlessly. And isn’t that at least part of what life is about?
Sidelines’ accessories are effortless. Once installed, you are organized and they are done. No maintenance, just allow them to give you back your time and space, over and over again. No matter what your closets look like now, Sidelines can help.
Experience the gift of organization with Sidelines and enjoy all your precious time today!