Today is the day for all of us – you, me, and everyone we know – to begin the process of letting go of stuff in our lives.
Today is a great day to begin the journey of change in your life. This is a day to identify what you want to change and improve about your life, make the claim to improve it, and create a plan to move forward.
Next year, on this same day (fourth Thursday in March), you will be able to measure your success and progress with letting go of stuff in your life.
The above is what National Letting Go of Stuff Day is all about.
If you are in the Albuquerque area and want to CELEBRATE the beginning of your new Letting Go of Stuff® Journey – join us today at the Sheraton Uptown for a free and open to the public reception to celebrate the significance of this day.
The details for the reception are HERE.
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the pain of never seeing his physical presence is too hard to bear right now.
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Thanks Ervin for stumbling upon the Letting Go Cafe, and then enjoying it. Hope you come back and visit.
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Not much more to say other than, “THANKS” for the great kudos. Glad to have you here at the Letting Go Cafe. Keep coming back for more.
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Thanks Glitter. Your comments hit home well and I appreciate you taking the time to share. Come back and visit as often as you want. Be well.
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Thanks for listing National Letting Go of Stuff as part of your list on “I am not who I think I am.”
I don’t need one day a year for this. Every day has been this for many years now, but good luck with your seminar & I hope you help many people make that first step 🙂
Thanks for your comment. Here is something to keep in mind. Its not just about one day. The one day is the mark of the beginning of a life long journey of letting go and loving and forgiving one’s self.
If you had been there and heard some of the stories that were shared by the attendees of the challenges they are claiming to overcome between this year – and the next National Letting GO of Stuff Day in 2013 – you would have cried, I am sure.
Its not just a seminar. It is a celebration of one’s letting go journey and new path.
Even if it does not mean anything to you, I hope that you shared the info with others. It might have changed someones life. You never know.
Thanks again for your comment.
I’m sure they are wonderful & yes I did share. Sorry, I did not mean to sound so critical. I know that everyone is different & I was lucky enough to figure things out at a very young age & continue to live like that for the rest of my life. Have a wonderful day!
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