When I think about spring cleaning, it usually includes washing windows, dusting and changing out our winter clothes and equipment for the spring and summer stuff.
Have you ever thought about doing a spring cleaning and decluttering your finances?
In the book Your Money or Your Life, it gives nine steps to help you develop your own personal definition of clutter and rid yourself of it. I am not going to give away the steps, you should read it for yourself (get a library card, and borrow it). But, I will say, it has helped us to rethink how we spend, why we spend, and how easy it is to stop spending so much on things that bring us no fulfillment.
Just like getting rid of clutter out of the home, or out of your mind brings a sense of relief, so will decluttering your money.