How to Reduce the Clutter and Depression in Your Life

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  I often talk about the clutter cloud at my workshops and with clients. The clutter cloud can hover over people looking like this:     This clutter cloud can lead to depression, the depression can lead to a cluttered home or life, which can lead to depression. It is a vicious cycle. Clutter… – Overstimulates our system (visual, olfactory, tactile), causing our senses to work overtime on stimuli that aren’t necessary or important. – Draws our attention away from what our focus should be on. – Makes it more difficult to relax, both physically and mentally. – Constantly reminds Read More

Questions to ask yourself when you declutter

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Are you looking at the clutter in your room and wondering where to start. These questions can help you to start reviewing the items. Do I use this item regularly? If no, is it something I love? Do I have multiples of this item? Am I holding onto this broken item to fix it one day? Will I ever go to the tailor to alter this clothing item? Am I keeping this item out of obligation or expectation? Could something else I own do the same job? Could I use this space for something else? Does this fit me? Am Read More