As well as dealing with anxiety at the thought of letting a belonging go, the heart of the Heart Centred person aches with layers of other emotions too.
Most kiwi households have these. A weird wire here, an un-coupled cable there, a faulty charger (or three), maybe one old dead phone...
We can be so unkind to ourselves. Sometimes we fail, we slip up, we have habits that control us. Then we get MEAN. At ourselves.
One of the best ways to give teens ownership and adult responsibilities is to let them keep track of their own important paperwork.
What we're doing is not trickery, that's when you neglect to inform people of things they really need to know. What we're doing is showing your house as if it was already the buyers home, and this is how you think they live. Now that's flattering and really kind of nice.
Often people give us things that they don't know what to do with, can't be bothered to take to an op shop or go to the trouble of selling or feel too guilty to throw away.
Shopping is a way of life, it's social, it's the ritual of modern Recreational Shopping. We Can, Therefore We Will. Even if we don't need it.
If you don't bring these things into your home you'll avoid Clutter and you avoid Guilt and it's more sustainable. Boom.
Six golden Rules. Use one, use a few or use them all. Every little bit helps us achieve a happier, more organised, stress free, clutter free home.
Before you toss out those tools and those might-come-in-handy good bits of wood try this...