Filling spaces

This morning while brushing my teeth I was walking around my apartment noticing how much lighter it felt. There’s room in my closets, the drawers are no longer over flowing with knick knacks, my bookshelves can be artfully arranged with spaces in between and all of those useless gifts that I could never find use for have hopefully found new homes. It’s truly as if a weight has been lifted from me and my place, similar to how it feels to shed the luggage off of your shoulders and back after a long trip.

The funny thing about this is I have a strong desire to buy things and fill some of those now empty spaces. I’m not sure if it’s my compulsive need to shop or if it’s just normal to want to fill empty voids. Still trying to pay down some bills so that’s not going to happen and I also received another fortune about saving…

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Guess that was someone out there’s way of telling me no shopping. My friend Jilly told me to take an old jar and just start keeping all of my spare change in it… She said to always pay cash and not to spend the loose change. We’ll see how that adds up.

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