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I’m often asked what to do when things definitely fit into the space (the container concept) but it’s still too much stuff. That’s where your Clutter Threshold comes in. In this episode, I’m talking about when and how to use the Container Concept to declutter and when to focus on your Clutter Threshold.
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Carolyn Huff says
Just discovered you and your blog. This is the first time I’ve ever heard of the “container concept” and the “clutter threshold.” This is blowing my mind, and I can’t wait to implement these concepts. The things I have the hardest time with are things from my parents, especially things my mom collected and got from our travels to the Middle East and East Asia. I was a teen at the time, and I didn’t care about these things, and now they’re things I don’t use but I look at them when I open my cabinets and think of my mom. My mom was outgoing and loved to entertain, but I am not, and don’t entertain very much at all. I feel sentimental about these dishes and entertaining serving dishes, etc. They’re pretty, but they’re taking up space. I am much more practical and utilitarian than my mom was.