Probably every home or office has that catch-all drawer, table, or closet, but some cases of clutter are a bit more severe. The stack became a pile, the pile became a mountain, and the mountain grew out of control. Like watering Gremlins and feeding them after midnight, clutter can multiply to chaotic and destructive measures. One day you may step back and wonder, “what happened to my home?”
Clutter can rob someone of their energy, freedom, and living the life their soul intended. If you know a friend or relative who has some serious clutter issues, I ask that you simply plant the seed about working with a professional. This habit can be a lifetime in the making and will require a commitment from them to change. When they are ready and willing, I’d love to help them on their way to greatness.