Clutter builds up for a number of reasons. Failing to get rid of things that are no longer used or in poor condition is a major one. Yet de-cluttering can be fraught with difficulty. The greater the financial investment and emotional connection to the object, the harder it is to let go.
While living clutter-free forever might feel like a daunting task, there are many quick and painless de-cluttering projects that can be tackled in just a few minutes. These small wins help build confidence without being overwhelming.
Peter Walsh's Time-Saving Strategy for Getting Rid of Clutter
~ PICTURE GRAPHS ~ Previous pinner writes: Organizing guru Peter Walsh reveals the fastest way to clear your home of unnecessary items if you're downsizing or just need to tidy up, from his new book, "Let It Go.
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