For anyone seeking a little spring cleaning inspiration, take a peek at Alison Stewart’s book, “Junk” which chronicles her 3-year journey through our nation’s obsessive relationship with our stuff. She asks why educated people fill their attics, basements and garages with things they deem too important to throw away. Sound familiar? Spring cleaning isn’t just about letting go of physical clutter, but the mental and energetic clutter that goes along with it. When going through your closets, don’t just purge your pants, purge your past . . . Notice how all your things hold stories and energy. Letting go of things helps you let go of the past and allows you to travel lightly in the moment and into the future you are creating.