Every thing that we bring into our homes and our lives must be dealt with in some way. It must be used, maintained, moved from place to place, stored, discarded, recycled or ignored. It’s the “ignored” that usually gets us into trouble.
Things get ignored when we can’t make decisions regarding their use or value. We let things sit around to remind us that we need to make a decision. When we allow too many things to remain in decision limbo, they become clutter.
Karen Kingston, an internationally acclaimed author and authority on space clearing, describes clutter as any thing that is neglected, forgotten, unwanted, unloved or unused.
Take a look at the things in your home that are causing you strife and see if they fall into one or more of these categories. If the overwhelming answer is yes, it may be time for some tough questions.
What is important to you and your family? What supports your day to day living? What brings you joy? What brings division between you and your relationships? Do you own clutter or does clutter own you? Is it possible that you could be Blessed With Less?
I’d love to help you take charge of your home and put clutter and disorganization behind you! Call us today