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If your home and life are overrun with clutter, then there’s a good chance you fit into one of these personality types.
Do you recognise yourself here?
1. ‘One Day I’m Gonna’ Clutter Personality
This is the clutter personality whose home is filled with fancy kitchen appliances they’re gonna use, crafts they’re gonna work on, paraphernalia for projects they’re gonna get around to. All on that fabled, mythical occasion, ‘one day’.
There’s nothing wrong with having plans and projects for the future. Unless all the one-day stuff obliterates your ability to live happily today.
If your present peace of mind is suffering at the expense of too many projects for tomorrow, then you might want to let go of some of that stuff and enjoy more of what’s happening right here, right now.
2. ‘The Best Is Behind Me’ Clutter Personality
This is a similarly time-focussed clutter personality. But instead of being mired in stuff for the future, they’re drowning in stuff from the past.
Key keepsakesÂ help us treasureÂ our memories. They let us honor our personal history and remember our loved ones.
But what if your home is a giantÂ shrine to the past and leaves little room for living in the present or being open to future possibilities? Then consider curating yourÂ mementosÂ and only keeping your most cherishedÂ items.
3. ‘I Can’t Decide’ Clutter Personality
This clutter personality defers decisions, resulting in stuff piling up everywhere.
I don’t know what to do about that piece of mail so I’ll just leave it here. I don’t know if I want to wear that jumper so I’ll just leave it there. I can’t decide which shampoo I like so I’ll scatter all 27 bottles around the bathroom.
Leaving your options open is sometimes a good idea. But not if it means your deferred decisions are drowning you in clutter.
Make a choice and move on with your decluttered life.
4. ‘I’ll Do It Later’ Clutter Personality
While the previous clutter personality defers decisions, this one defers actions.
I’ll put that away later. I’ll finish that later. I’ll look at that later.
Meanwhile, all the stuff sits around cluttering up your mind and your home.
Stop putting things off, stop leaving things half-finished, start putting things away – and you’ll instantly declutter your life.
Change Your Clutter Thinking
If you catch yourself saying any of these statements, then you can start to deal with your clutter problem at the root – your thinking.
Change your thinking and you can start to break free of the clutter in your life.
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