Subtract to add

Funny math eh?
The truth is that in order to add more space in your home and life
you’re going to have to subtract some of the items currently occupying space.

Subtracting clothes you don’t wear,
kitchen items you don’t use,
sports equipment you don’t play with,
toys your children have out grown, and
unnecessary files and paper work,
will add up to open spaces.
And give you more storage options for 
the things you really use, need and value.

Editing out things you no longer use,
letting go of duplicates (or triplicates),
and dealing with the pile of mail, are
all ways to subtract the unnecessary
and add some simple order to your space.

A few acts of subtraction will multiply into
results that you can see and build on.

Do the math.
Subtract to add.