Moving On

Funny, over 3 years ago, a friend of mine gave me a book titled “Moving On”.  Through a series of events, my company, Command Your Clutter was born.  I will have been in business 3 years in April, and I’ve helped over 100 clients get organized and move on.  I had the sheer pleasure of helping an 82 year old man the other day, not so much organize, but pack him up for his move to an assisted living facility.  He was a preacher, a poet, highly intelligent, loved his adult libations, and back in the day, he delivered telegrams during the war and was a preacher in a black church in Atlanta.  He sure had some stories!  Well, I was in the middle of a move myself and was all distraught about the upheavel in my life.  He had lived in his house for 33 years and his wife passed over a year ago.  He didn’t seem to mind moving on.  I thought to myself how dreadful my job would have been if he would have been a sourpuss about moving.  He wasn’t.  He was so carefree about it.  He had accepted it.  On the way home that day, I realized that I needed to accept once again in my life….moving on!

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3 Responses to Moving On

  1. Mary Burggraff says:

    Sharon that is an awesome story! There is so much we can learn from the older generations. Life moves on and so must we!

    For those who are reading this, Sharon is the best to help you command your clutter no matter how big or small the project. Whether physical or mental clutter, she will help you command it so it does not command you! Give her a call and you will see!

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