part with things
Why is it so hard to part with things? Getting rid of stuff is very hard for many people to do. It takes time; it can be very overwhelming, and most of us never know where to start or exactly how to go about it. Furthermore, most people don’t realize that are specific reasons why parting with things is so hard for them.

 

In this podcast Life’s Organization Expert, Jennifer Ford Berry shares the top 6 reasons it is hard to part with things. You may be surprised by some of them! But hopefully by knowing these reasons you will be able to quickly and efficiently handle your clutter next time.  Jennifer hopes that by hearing the knowledge in this podcast you will be aware of which reason stops you in your tracks when you are trying to clear the clutter in your life.

 

Episode Talking Points

1. Emotional attachment.

 

2. Status and security.

 

3. Advertisers say we need it.

 

4.  It has to do with how you were raised.

 

5.  Your mess is distracting you from something.

 

6. You paid good money for it.


Are you feeling like you need more purpose in your life?  If so, Jennifer’s newest book, Purpose Over Possessions: decluttering your life so you can live on purpose, will help you!

 

Are you sick of all the paper clutter in your home or office? Jennifer’s online course, the Paper Purge Project, will teach you how to eliminate paper clutter and implement a simple system that will keep you organized for a lifetime!


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