Are you drowning in a sea of clutter? Do you feel like every time you clean, it just comes back stronger, like a cockroach that just won't die? Well, my friend, you might be dealing with more than just a messy house - you might have an emotional attachment to your clutter.
Clutter can be like a security blanket. It's always there, reminding you of simpler times, or of the good old days when you could actually see your kitchen counter or fit those skinny jeans. But sometimes, that security blanket can turn into a straightjacket, trapping you in a cycle of clutter and chaos.
So, what's a clutter-bug to do?
First of all, you have to acknowledge that your clutter may be an emotional issue. Maybe you're holding onto that stack of magazines because one day you’ll actually get around to reading them, even if you haven’t found the time in the last 25 years. Or maybe you're keeping that old t-shirt because you're afraid of letting go of the past, or fear there won’t be enough for clothes in the future, and thus affirming lack. Whatever the reason, it might be time to confront it head on.
Our take on clutter, or decluttering to be precise, is more on an intentional and energetical level, and from experience (as someone who definitely has a hard time getting rid of things), clutter clearing with intention can work wonders for your space and your mindset. So if you're feeling overwhelmed, don't hesitate to reach out for help. Just think of it as a little spring cleaning for your soul.
In conclusion, clutter can be more than just a physical problem - it can also be an emotional one. But with a little bit of humor and a lot of determination, you can take the first step to overcoming your figurative and literal clutter, and reclaim your space. So go ahead and set sail towards that decluttering voyage - your inner hoarder will thank you for it.
If you need a little push getting started, check out our lowercase woo-woo consultation in our services or contact us.