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  1. I loved the Trash It or Treasure It series! I'm not where I want to be in it, but it's helped me understand myself and my problem better. I'm disappointed it's ending so soon – I thought it was to be 28 weeks long? Anyway, it's a very, very helpful instrument in cleaning up my home!

    1. Oooh Leslie Anne I'm worrying that I said 28 weeks now, when I always intended it to be half a year long. Did I divide 52 up and get 28? I'm so sorry. But with next weeks puttery trashy treats and resource list I rather feel I've said all there is to say…
      I'm so glad you have enjoyed it. My intention has always been to help you understand your thought patterns when it comes to physical and emotional trash, so if you are even an inch towards a life worth treasuring again, it's been worth it.x

      1. Alison, I'm sorry I'm so …persnickety. Some of the littlest things stick in my mind for no reason at all, while the all-important ones fly out the window! I've had that number stuck in my head – now you made me go back & look – so that I'll know how much longer I can look forward to another one coming! It's no problem, really. I just like a good thing to last forever! And that's a good thing! (to quote Martha!)

  2. Ah Alison, you never fail to intrigue me. Muse sounds so inspiring and seems to capture an idea I believe in and yet haven't nearly mastered – the idea that you can create yourself as you'd like to be.

    1. You know I have I always wanted to be an intriguing kind of woman Valerie, Muses really should be don't you think??

  3. Ah Alison, you never fail to intrigue me. Muse sounds so inspiring and seems to capture an idea I believe in and yet haven't nearly mastered – the idea that you can create yourself as you'd like to be.

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