The Elsa Rule: "Let It Go" - Deepstash

The Elsa Rule: "Let It Go"

If it’s not going to matter in five years, don’t spend five minutes thinking about if an object in your home is a keeper

If you are not 100% sure you need it, then it’s a 100% no, it should not be kept anymore.

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Gabe Bult's rules help free ourselves from home clutter, which in turn can help us become better, more efficient people.

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