end of the week exfoliation

I hope you have a great weekend! I will be enjoying a massage and manicure in exactly one hour, courtesy of Erwin.

Tomorrow, I’m going to hit the farmers market in the morning and do some treasure scouting at the White Elephant. And I can’t wait for my new rug to arrive.

End of the Week Exfoliation

I’d like to start off this week’s End of the Week Exfoliation by introducing a new exfoliation idea from a reader (we’ll call her “L.C.”). She suggested that we incorporate exfoliating “metal clutter” as well as physical clutter. I think this is an excellent idea.

So here’s my Mental Exfoliation this week: I’m going to exfoliate the thought that “I don’t deserve to enjoy the afternoon off from work for a massage.

How about you? What’s your Mental Exfoliation this week?

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“The exfoliation tally for this week includes a chair, four pairs of shoes, four coats/jackets, three shirts, some earrings, a hat, one pair of capris, and these classics. Geesh, I’m a pack rat!”

S.E. Minegar

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Some nice dresses that just don’t fit right anymore…”
Christine
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These are my old inserts for my running shoes. I got new ones earlier this summer. Why they are still sitting in my closet is beyond me. Time to remedy that.

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  1. Jill

    mental exfoliation is one I have been practicing lately. just getting rid of the stuff that I mull over for no reason! I love that thought…

    I hope all those “classics” are going to a good home! I am actually on a classic binge right now… trying to snatch up as many as I can. They never go out of style, right?

  2. rebecca

    I hope you enjoyed your afternoon off! Good for you.
    I think the mental exfoliation is a great idea.
    I have to stop telling myself that i can’t say no, because when i say ‘yes’ to everyone and everything, i end up in trouble and overly stressed for no reason.

  3. rebecca

    I hope you enjoyed your afternoon off! Good for you.
    I think the mental exfoliation is a great idea.
    I have to stop telling myself that i can’t say no, because when i say ‘yes’ to everyone and everything, i end up in trouble and overly stressed for no reason.

  4. Simone

    Lately I’ve been trying to exfoliate that little voice that says out of fear “I don’t know if I can do this..”. I think these kinds of thoughts have held me back in the past and its time for that to change 🙂

  5. Jess

    @ Jill: I agree, classics never go out of style!

    @ Rebecca: That’s such a good point. And deciding not to feel bad about saying “no” makes it that much better.

    @ Simone: Sounds great!

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