Clutter through procrastination

By: Mary Parker

“Clearing the clutter in your physical space will go a long way toward clearing the clutter in your mind.” Peter Walsh.

Here’s a helpful gauge on clutter from clutter guru Marie Kondo. Ask yourself: “Do I love it, is it useful or beautiful, or both?”

Clutter causes stress and gets in the way of our effectiveness and achievements. In many ways, it’s the end result of procrastination. 

It can be difficult to simplify our lives, but how rewarding it is when we start to reduce that stress and procrastination?

Ask yourself the questions, then make three headings under which each thing can be placed - keep it, give it away, toss it.

What would it take to declutter different areas in your life, to bring a level of simplicity that works for you?

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