I have been de-cluttering my office for quite a few weeks now – an hour at a time and an item at a time.
I can barely see any impact and there are zillions of more items in the office. Then I have to move on to the study, —- the bedroom, —–cupboards and drawers all over the house, ——– the kitchen drawer again ——–and when it’s warmer, my garden sheds once more.
I am beginning to flag!
I can see why Walt Hopkins and his co-conspirator George Simons ended up writing a book with such strong chapter imaginary – Chucket —— Shucket ——- Ducket —— etc.
I think I have reached the fourth chapter stage which begins with an F.
I won’t let it beat me but I need a bolder approach. A small controlled explosion would certainly be quicker, but rather indiscriminate in it’s outcome. A flood might do the job, but could be a bit messy. A fire would be far too risky in a house full of timber beams.
I just need to check our home insurance policy is up to date first 🙂