I nearly did, I really nearly did in all figurative aspects of that phrase. But you know what? Clutter is good, it gives you choices and chances. Clean everything out and start again and that only leaves you with what you had before, nothing! Only more room to clutter up everything again! And then you’ll wish you stil had something that you got rid of! (It’s a convoluted life we lead innit?)
Now this is one piece of clutter that NEEDS to be in my right now! It’s not the most comfortable thing I’ve ever sat on, but look at it, I mean just look at it. How gorgeous (not in a Gok Wan obviously, it’s only a couch) jut wait till you see the coffee table! Anyway, clutter, I suppose I could put it all in little boxes and keep everything, only getting them out to play with them when I’m ready! I don’t know, I’ll have to see. I have LOTS of clutter!
Now THATS a coffee table! Except it looks identical to my friggin fence (if you’ve seen my candy fence you will know). The local government have told me I’ve paid too much rent and they are sending me a cheque for reimbursement! This will (it really will) cover the cost of these two happy bits of clutter! (I’m slowly talking meself into getting them) and if I get rid of me other couch I will have DE cluttered enough for my liking.
My point! Wether it’s stuff or life, think before you have a clean out. We come across things for a reason, (sometimes we have no fucking idea what that reason is) but don’t be so quick to throw it out! Why not symtire it somewhere for another time when it can be dusted off and played with again.sometimes the games we played as youngsters don’t make sense until we are adults, then sometimes it’s too late as we don’t know where they’ve gone anymore.