For the month of March, we'll discuss spring cleaning our home, our minds, and removing toxic people from our lives.
A common problem that people struggle with is removing clutter from their homes. We tend to want to save everything because "we may need it/can still use it one day." Do you REALLY need to keep that winter coat from 1975 just in case your granddaughter needs it? What do you plan to do with your college notes and research papers when you graduated 10 years ago? Why do we hold onto things we no longer need? Does having a lot of stuff really make you feel good or are these things controlling your life? Is the statement "A cluttered home represents a cluttered mind" true?
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