Joshua Becker:

But simply organizing our stuff (without removing it) is always only a temporary solution. By definition, organizing possessions is an action that must be repeated over and over and over again. At its heart, organizing is simply rearranging. And though we may find storage solutions today, we are quickly forced to find new ones as early as tomorrow.

Your life can quickly become the physical manifestation of your inbox. Purge.

[via @jjbeshara]

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    Love this article. It is so true. I have de-cluttered several times and it ends up I would say 9 times out of 10...
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    I did this when I moved two years ago, and continue to do it regularly. I have one bedroom that is a glorified closet,...
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