I really need a day to turn off everything and just get organized again. Revamp my organized clutter. The clutter is taking over. I can see the dust bunnies peeking out from under my desk, waiting to make a grab for my toes. As messy as things are they are beginning to forget their place and lose their shyness. I've even got an old fashioned cobweb hanging down in one corner of the ceiling. When I run the ceiling fan I can see the cobweb blowing around. I keep meaning to get the broom and sweep it away, I just haven't gotten that far yet. I have a little filing cabinet. But it's become a stash for things I need to sort through rather than a filing system for the things I need. I feel guilty. I feel like a hoarder in training. I feel like I'm going to find things I thought I had lost if I ever get this mountain sorted out and gone from the floor beside me. I don't know how people (some people) manage to stay tidy, organized and focused. It's a skill I lack. I'm still trying to conquer the daily struggle to be self disciplined. I guess it's part of that too. I need a fire sale, except I'm afraid I have too much to lose that I actually should be using. If all my ducks were in a row I'd be so much better, more effective, better organized and smarter too. My ducks just keep wandering around as if they will find a pond of water if they just keep looking. I have enough common sense left to know the only way to tackle this is to actually get up to my elbows in it. To bring a garbage bag for expired coupons and other things past their due date. To pull out my file for clip art and snip those out from the morass. To type out the web sites that sounded interesting and see how many of them really are. To find anything personal, financial or legal in the stack of paper and put it aside before I dump the rest into the recycling box. There aren't a lot of short cuts in tidying up your own clutter. Ignoring it for long periods of time just doesn't work. So much of this stuff is all part of some idea I had at some time. I get a lot of ideas. People who write (creative types in general) tend to get an onslaught of ideas or a trickle of inspiration. The problem is not to get yourself lost in the clutter that seems to build up so easily.