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Are you addicted to watching TV?

By Clutter Clearing | Jul 26, 2012 |
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Clare’s comments: This article, written in 2012, could as easily be applied to people’s internet, social media and mobile / cell phone use today. According to A.C. Nielsen, the average American watches 3 hours and 46 minutes of TV each day. That represents more than 52 days of non-stop TV-watching per year. By age 65 the…

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This will help with the impulse buys

By Clutter Clearing | Oct 2, 2011 |
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Have you ever bought something because you liked the look of it and then, when you got it home or a few days or weeks later become bored or disinterested in it? That initial allure in the shop fades and it becomes another impulse purchase that becomes clutter. Well, according to an article in Scientific…

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Are you Suffering from the Endowment Effect?

By Clutter Clearing | Mar 25, 2011 |
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A recent article in Scientific American by Bruce Hood discusses how the ‘ownership of objects plays a crucial role in human identity’ and explains what the endowment effect is. Put simply, the endowment effect is where we become the owner of something that costs us a certain price, e.g. £10 / $10, and we then…

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Have You Reached Your True Turning Point yet?

By Clutter Clearing | May 10, 2010 |
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In the 9 years since I started helping people declutter and organise their homes, I’ve noticed many things that all my clients have in common. They asked for help because they reached a turning point in their relationship with their clutter. Many have had turning points. You may have reached a turning point, but your…

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