Jamie Ridler at jamieridlerstudios.ca asks "What do you wish for less of?"
Before I decided on my answer, I started reading other people's post and the subject of clutter came up. I would say that this is what I want less of. CLUTTER!
I tend to be a compulsive buyer of craft supplies to the point where I don't have time to use them, but I always want to have the supplies on hand just in case. When I got married 3 years ago and sold the house that my grandmother and I had lived in (she died the year before), I moved not only my stuff but some of her stuff that I couldn't bear to get rid of, to my new home with my husband and his mother. His mother was going to live with us because she was unable to live alone. Now we had, my stuff, my grandmother's stuff, my husband's stuff, and his mother's stuff. Unfortunately his mom passed away 1 month and 1 day after we got married. I had just found out I was pregnant with my first son. We tried to get rid of things, but we just didn't get rid of enough. Three months after the birth of my son, I got pregnant with the twins who were born 5 weeks early and got sick and ended up back in the hospital for 3 weeks. When they came home I had 6 week old twins and a 1 year old. So, needless to say all the stuff that I had, just piled up and I really haven't had time to use it or get rid of a lot of it. I keep trying, but I have a hard time parting with it. Now that my kids are 2 1/2 and 19 months old, I am hoping that they can start doing craft projects with me and I can start using some of my things.
I wish to be able to let go of things that I will never use and to stop compulsively buying items that will only end up as more clutter. I have made some progress in buying, but that is only because I don't let myself go into stores unless there is something that I need.