Less clutter, less procrastination


While clutter has been shown to negatively effect your performance, it is your perception of clutter that matters, not someone else’s.

If having a notebook, pen, or a photo of your significant other on your desk, doesn’t feel like clutter to you, then it’s not.

You should seek to create spaces that make you feel at ease.

Put this interesting article on clutter alongside a recent post on procrastination, and I’m starting to see some patterns in my own behaviour.

I should use Freecycle more.

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