And Then There’s “Mental Clutter…”

As mentioned in my previous post, one form of clutter can often lead to the other; physical disorganization can lead to feelings of anxiety and chaos, and in turn, mental clutter can be reflected in the disordered state of one’s environment. Each has the potential to “paralyze” the individual. There are significant parallels to both […]

Has Busyness Become a Competition?

I was reading an article in Redbook magazine recently and came across a piece by Brigid Schulte (author of “Overwhelmed”).  In it she mentions that if you were to ask her what it felt like to live her life she would have said, “scattered, fragmented, exhausting,” words to which many of us can relate, right? […]