It's time to get rid of the stuff I've been saving "just in case". Spring cleaning is a ritual I've skipped for most of my life, preferring instead the "safety" of having things I might need some day. It's a false sense of security, and I've realized the costs are far higher than I had imagined. It's very liberating to get rid of 50 pounds of cables and old mice, etc.
It all started when I saw a picture of my office, and the most visible object was the mess. I'm taking the advice I've been given many times, getting rid of the most visually obvious stuff first, to get some momentum going.
I look forward to the changes ahead in my life, and with a glad heart look forward to the work required to bring them about.