“I don’t have time to declutter.”
“I don’t feel like it.”
“I don’t know how.”
If any of these
excuses reasons has ever stopped you from doing something important like decluttering, you MUST watch this video.
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7 thoughts on “Why you can’t declutter (and what to do about it!)”
I don’t have time
I suffer from depression and anxiety so I beat myself up if a day goes by and I’ve not decluttered anything. It only heightens my anxiety when I’ve done nothing. I’ve tried changing my meds to try to feel better.
My mom has brain surgery
I feel great anxiety whenever I tackle a pile of clutter. It makes me feel inadequate and overwhelmed and after dealing with 2 or 3 things, I back away from it.
not sure if this is the same but i have so much stuff that i do not have any where to put the stuff.. i feel that i just move stuff from one side to another and when i do that the stuff falls and i am back to the beginning… my goal is to make a path so that i can walk then move to stuff to the garbage or a temporary bin i am just at a loss i don’t have money for help but i am really trying.. is this an excuse i really don’t know
The bonus room (AKA man cave) and garage are too much for me to do by myself and can’t get husband interested in even starting to help.