Have you been to unclutterer.com yet?
If not, I'm devoting today's post to convincing you to try it.
This post was shamelessly stolen from unclutterer.com from May 21, 2009:
An unclutterer is someone who chooses to get rid of the distractions that get in the way of a remarkable life.
These distractions, also known as clutter, can be:
- Physical. You have things you don’t have use for, things you have too much of, things that are out of place, things that don’t inspire you, things that you don’t want. The things you do want are disorganized. You’re overwhelmed by stuff.
- Mental. Worries, stress, and anxiety about things you can’t control or things that could be solved if you were better organized.
- Time. You have too much to do and not enough time or desire to do it. Or, you’re not managing the time that you do have well. Things that matter to you are pushed aside by busy-ness.
- Processes. You’re not working to the best of your ability or don’t have processes in place to handle routine actions. You’re spinning your wheels.
What is the clutter in your life? How would your life be different if you chose to get rid of the distractions? Are you an unclutterer?