I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that my house hasn’t had a significant amount of clutter go out the front door since my earlier experiment on clutter busting. We still clean our house, but there’s something REALLY satisfying about a large amount of clutter leaving your house to never come back again.
Now, my day started off going a bit sideways. I had plans, but I was feeling really under the weather, so the plans didn’t happen. Instead, my wife and I stayed in and cleaned. There’s something satisfying about cleaning – it always feels like productive time. Clutter and dust impact your health and happiness, so getting rid of them is nothing but a benefit to your quality of life.
Sometimes life throws a curve ball at you and your plans don’t go the way you want them to. However, sometimes you find a plan B that helps you feel good despite the change in plans. So, when you get hit with unexpected circumstances, look for your plan B. Or, when all else fails, try to clean your house. It’s not terribly exciting, but it did save my day!