Thank you, Gretchen Rubin, for writing a truly thought-provoking book on finding the happy that’s right in front of you. And, thank you EVEN MORE for pointing out how a clean closet can feel just as good (if not better) than an indulgent escape to Bali:
“When I finished, I had four bags full of clothes, and I could see huge patches of the back of my closet. I no longer felt drained; instead, I felt exhilarated. No more being confronted with my mistakes! No more searching in frustration for a particular white button-down shirt!” pg. 29
Note the use of exclamation points. See, a clean closet can make even a seasoned New Yorker giddy!
Pick up The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin and get inspired for your big clean. Then hire me to help.