Know when to walk away, know when to run.
Taken from The Gambler, sung by Kenny Rogers, written by Don Schlitz, country and Western songs are usually very philosophical and this is no exception.
Often we amble through life in the same way, doing the same things, not much wrong with that if it makes you happy, but what if you’re stuck in a rut? What if you you want to walk a different route? Maybe your life is so cluttered you can’t see the wood for the trees.
So what do you hold, and what do you fold? If you feel like having a de-clutter how do you decide? Think about when you last used them, what purpose do they serve, do they still fit into your life?
When do you walk and when do you run? What is it you want to move away from, again, think about the purpose and how it fits into your life.
If you feel the need, why not start with one small thing and see how you go?