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A home full of loud children, dirty laundry and a sink full of dishes can be pretty stressful. But infinitely worse than that is the same chaotic home with piles of clutter everywhere.
If you want a sure way to stress me out give me a simple task, like making dinner, and then put a couple extra kitchen appliances out on the counter and some random pieces from a 50-piece toy set on the kitchen floor.
I absolutely cannot stand clutter. My husband thinks I get a little dramatic about it, but I cannot control my disdain for it. I am amazed at the amount of things I can routinely bring to the thrift store and still have more clutter to go through. It is a constant job and I’m convinced that if I don’t stay on top of it as a daily chore (literally) we would be on the next episode of hoarders.
I have gotten even more serious about getting the clutter out of my life after reading Marie Kondo’s book: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. The basic premise of the book is to only keep in your home things that inspire joy.
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