Meetup Series: The Psychological Roots of Clutter
Our ongoing meetup series explores the psychology of clutter from a practical perspective. We dig into the emotions and patterns of thinking that sabotage our ability to get or stay organized. We examine the costs of cluttering behaviors and the benefits of change, and we try out new mental approaches to old clutter problems.
This month: Rationalization and Reality—Sentimental Causes of Clutter
Our April Meetup will explore a variety of sentimental roots of clutter. We’ll examine the rationalizations we use to hold on to things that we’d otherwise logically give up. We’ll offer a fresh approach to decision-making that balances sentimental value with the real-world conditions of your time, space, and resources.
As usual, we’ll open the floor to your questions, success stories, and tales of trouble spots.
We’ll have refreshments, and don’t forget the drawing for a door prize or two! (You must be present to win.)