- Bychuck it
- September 17, 2015
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Don’t Keep It, Chuck It
Are you feeling cluttered in your own home? Is your garage made up of mainly boxes that you haven’t touched since you first moved in five years ago? Instead of letting it sit there for the next six years why not just get rid of it. Many times people will collect some things, hoard it and never touch it again. The easiest way to save space and save yourself from the stress that comes from not having enough room is by letting it all go.
Why is hoarding a problem?
Hoarding is the difficulty of being able to discard or part with possessions, regardless of their actual value. The behavior usually has deleterious effects—emotional, physical, social, financial, and even legal—for a hoarder and family members. Some people may just be too lazy or too stubborn to detach themselves from their possessions. This is just building up the stress that will come later when you no longer have any space to move around within a room. And when you find your way around a room it is going to be harder to find and get to some items that may be valuable to you.
How do I stop this from happening?
This simple solution is to get rid of the issue before it gets to be to big. Don’t waste your time moving boxes of clutter around from one room to another. It’ll all come back again to drive you crazy. So start with one room at a time and fill a box with all of your unnecessary clutter and toss it. Resist the urge to keep your junk. Try not to keep anything except personal and valuable items. This is going to help you save space, make you clutter free and keep you organized!