Looking around the room and seeing things that annoy me because it’s not actively used, and at the same time lacking the resolve to get rid of it just in case I may need it creates more clutter in the brain than the clutter in front of me. Aaarrggghhh… 🙁 Vicious vicious circle indeed…because eventually, on a bad/good day when I eventually decide to dump some of it, I end up needing something that I threw out within a day or two of getting rid of it. And then I end up going out to buy it again, and of course, add a few other items to the cart for ‘just in case’ or ‘should be nice’ or ‘hmmm, I could do something with that!’… and the clutter starts all over again. Retail therapy, how therapeutic is it really?
- Post author:Zaid Ismail
- Post published:July 31, 2010
- Post category:Random Thoughts
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