Shortcomings rarely considered

  • Organizing doesn’t benefit anyone else. The possessions we rarely use sit on shelves in our basements, attics, and garages.
  • It doesn’t turn back our desire for more. 
  • It doesn’t solve our debt problems. It never addresses the underlying issue that we just buy too much stuff
  • It doesn’t force us to evaluate our lives

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