By Courtenay Edelhart
It’s easy to procrastinate on decluttering. Sorting and organizing may ease the mess, but a color-coordinated bookshelf of junk is still a bookshelf of junk.
The decluttering process forces people to edit down their possessions, choose what’s really necessary and get rid of the rest.
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