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Clutter attracts clutter. Piles grow. Knowing that a pile most likely contains valuable stuff can make getting started difficult. I’m talking with someone who has lots of interests and hobbies and has collected the stuff for them. I think most of us can relate!
We talk about:
- where to start when you’re feeling overwhelmed.
- letting go that you know for a fact are worth money.
- how to get motivated when you’re chronically ill.
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Elaine Jarman says
I haven’t been able to go to the gym lately so I’m using the elliptical in my basement. I just started listening to your podcasts while I exercise staring at my clutter! It has encouraged me to deal with a stack on the edge every day.
A way to potentially get rid of excess boxes is to offer to gardeners. Some gardeners use them for getting rid of weeds and they eventually break down and feed the soil.
That was awesome! As someone who dabbles in handspinning I keep picturing my wheel on top of a piano! 😅 It would keep it out of reach of small visitors who usually tangle it. Seriously though your solutions really do work and I love hearing you apply them to various houses and lifestyles.