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40 bags in 40 days

40 bags in 40 days

Looking for a Lenten discipline with visible results?

The WhiteHouseBlackShutters.com blog offers a plan to declutter and simplify using the forty days of Lent to give up or give away unnecessary stuff. Although not explicitly offered as a religious discipline, the challenge runs from Ash Wednesday through Holy Saturday, with Sundays as days off.

The blog author says, “I want to start a revolution against all of this stuff that everyone tries to sell us and tell us we need.”

What does your Lenten discipline look like? [How] does it marry your spiritual life to your worldly context?

Posted by Rosalind Hughes

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Heather Angus

I'm always looking for ways to de-clutter. I have six books on how to declutter, but they're lost in the clutter! 🙂

I'll try this. But it's *so* hard for me to throw things out -- *everything* is a cherished memory!

Wish me luck!

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