Topic: Clutter clearing



Cluttered desk, cluttered mind

If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign? This witty quote by Albert Einstein, whose desk was notoriously messy, is often bandied about by people to defend the state of their own cluttered … Continue reading

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Don’t let your home become a museum of the past

There’s a poignant moment in John Steinbeck’s classic, The Grapes of Wrath, when the family are packing to leave Oklahoma and must quickly decide which few possessions they can take and which they must leave behind. With eleven adults and … Continue reading

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How to avoid impulse buys when shopping

I was in a supermarket the other day when I came across a very obese woman whose chubby teenage son was pestering her to buy him some chocolate-flavoured bread rolls that had caught his eye. I wanted to say to … Continue reading

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The karmic implications of clutter

Someone once asked me about the karmic implications of a parent dying and leaving a very cluttered home for their children to deal with. This is an interesting question and also a rather complex one. What is karma? Karma is … Continue reading

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Power, sex, money and clutter in relationships

Psychologists tend to focus on three biggies that need to be addressed in a loving relationship: the balance of power, sex, and money. But in my experience, there is a fourth biggie that also needs to be taken into account … Continue reading

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