Clear the Clutter!

As human beings we tend to accumulate stuff!  If you have things around you don’t use they represent stagnant energy, even the stuff you have forgotten about in the garage or storage.  Energy likes to move.  When you clear out your space not only does it feel good and make things lighter but when you give what you are not using to someone who will use it you are in the flow of abundance.  Go through your things and clear the clutter.  Decide what truly has meaning and value to you, keep what you use and need and get rid of the rest.  Offer items you don’t use to local non-profits and charities.  Many make it easy for you by offering curbside pick up.

Warm Coats Warm Hearts
sponsored by Burlington Coat Factory
Drop off your old coats at:
899 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
or click here to find one in your area

Here are some other options for donations in San Francisco.
http://locator.goodwill.org/?gclid=COrylp3q3qwCFckZQgod5AeOrA
http://www.stanthonysf.org/?q=donate/donate-clothes&gclid=CKLP7qrq3qwCFeYZQgodYAwwMA
http://www.communitythriftsf.org/donate

Follow the links below to see what these wonderful organizations need:
http://thearcsf.org/household-recycling-pick-up/
http://www.edgewood.org/getinvolved/ways-to-give/inkind.html

While you are in the spirit of donating the San Francisco Food Bank could use food, money or your time!
Most San Francisco Whole Foods and Safeway stores have barrels for non perishable food items or you can donate money online at:
http://www.sffoodbank.org

You can also donate your time to help sort food:
http://vol-sffb.org

Giving Back

 

Comments

  1. Thanks for the motivation. I had a room in my house that was filled with so much “stuff” I dreaded having to open the door. After reading your post I decided to just do it. I cleared the clutter – shredded and recycled boxes of paper, donated and entire closet full of clothes and a couple of old computers. I put a bunch of other “stuff” out on the street where is disappeared in less than an hour (thank you San Francisco). The door to that room is now open and the sun shines into the rest of the house. And perhaps best of all is the fact that I am now in the process of turning it into a yoga/meditation room.

  2. Thanks for the motivation. I had a room in my house that was filled with so much “stuff” I dreaded having to open the door. After reading your post I decided to just do it. I cleared the clutter – shredded and recycled boxes of paper, donated an entire closet full of clothes and a couple of old computers. I put a bunch of other “stuff” out on the street where is disappeared in less than an hour (thank you San Francisco). The door to that room is now open and the sun shines into the rest of the house. And perhaps best of all is the fact that I am now in the process of turning it into a yoga/meditation room.

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