If you are trying to declutter and you are struggling, why not grabs some boxes and practice the Box and Banish Method? Essentially what you do is take all those things you consider “maybes”* and put them in a box and…
… close it up. Yep, close it, and put it somewhere out of the way, like the back of a closet. Then set a reminder on your phone or in your calendar for a date about six weeks from now.
And after six weeks (or six months, but not six years), take those boxes and either trash them or give them away.
If you don’t trust yourself, recruit someone to do it for you. You’ll be glad you did.
(* Maybes are all those things you aren’t sure of that you may want to keep but aren’t sure. )
…you can find it here at this site: No Sidebar – Design a Simple Life
The clutter in my house has seemed more oppressive since the pandemic. Maybe you have the same experience. If so, sites like that can help.
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The pandemic is a good time to pare down your life. No doubt it has already helped with that. Now it’s time to take it further. For example
Cut back on possessions — get rid of the extraneous clutter that is just weighing you down, and find joy in owning little.
Sounds good, right? I thought so. I took that quote from this piece: Paring Down Your Life : zen habits. I recommend you read it and consider what else you can eliminate from your life in this life changing time.
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