I am in the middle of re-reading portions of the book, 7. Rocking my world with every word. Lest you be confused, this is not related to the Brad Pitt - dark and rainy during the entire thing - seven deadly sins - scarred me for life - wish I had never seen it movie by the same name. This book by Jan Hatmaker reads like every battle I have waged over the past year with where and how I am in my life. Whew! Now I am trying to view and morph some of her revelations into my own life.
Just off the surface I thought about how freeing it would be to get rid of all of my scrapbooking materials. I mean, I love doing that cutting paper and preserving memories stuff, but I just don't have time to do it anymore. I need simplicity, not the guilt of money spent and wasting away in my basement. I need an easier way to have memories on display to enjoy not holed up in books that are forgotten on a shelf. Thinking very, very hard about this one because a few times a year this stuff comes in quite handy, but wouldn't it bring in a lot more joy to not have it at all?
A book I highly recommend...though it is not for the faint of heart.