When Your Stuff Becomes a Burden

You know the feeling. Anxiety, tension, suffocation when you walk into a room and it’s like, “How. did. all. of this STUFF get here?” I’d like to comfort myself and believe we’ve all been there at one time or another. Looking at it is exhausting. Tackling it seems defeating. Our stuff doesn’t just magically appearContinue reading “When Your Stuff Becomes a Burden”

Wash Your Pots

PSA: Wash it while it’s hot! Sometimes decluttering has nothing to with getting rid of stuff, but rather the habits you keep to maintain the things you have. One such thing is the dishes. A full sink and dirty pots on the stove in the kitchen equates to piles of laundry on the bed inContinue reading “Wash Your Pots”

BOFO

Once upon a time I tried extreme couponing. I took a class, got the binder, got the t-shirt, did the thing. OK, I didn’t really get a t-shirt, but by the way my buggy was stacked with 64 rolls of paper towels I didn’t need the t-shirt to see me coming. After about 6 monthsContinue reading “BOFO”

Mess and Clutter

Clutter is usually messy, but mess is not always clutter. I try to be tidy even though I tend to be messy. Artist life. I see mess as potential in progress. Mess allows your possessions to be used, and sorted, and used again. Mess is a part of life. Clutter is where stuff goes toContinue reading “Mess and Clutter”