Struggling with Clutter?
Despite significant efforts to curb this habit, many of us find ourselves surrounded by clutter. Clutter is the accumulation of many “things” out of place that can occupy valuable physical and mental space. Several factors contribute to the problem of clutter, extending beyond a mere lack of sufficient room. Signs that indicate a potential clutter problem include an inability to part with or discard items, impulsive purchasing habits, the absence of an organizing routine, and uncertainty about what should be considered clutter.
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