Your cluttered home might underscore a life that needs simplifying. The best way to achieve this is to simply leave the problem behind and move to a new home. But what should you take with you as you begin your new baggage-free life?
Here's a simple rule of thumb: Millions around the world have learned that all you really need to get by, you can carry on your head (in the case of a forced march to escape genocidal terror); in your anal cavity (if you are whisked away to a secret CIA prison, for example, to be held for years in a tiny cage without access to a lawyer or sunlight); or pushed down the street in a shopping cart (pretty luxurious, comparatively -- lucky homeless!).
Because giving up your comfortable home for a new one is always risky, you probably feel the urge to keep a lot of extraneous stuff "just in case." Most of it can be thrown away, but here are a few items to pack, "just in case"...
Step 1: Pack a Picture Frame
Step 2: Bring Along a Stick or Cane
Step 3: Pack a Sleeping Bag
Step 4: Never Forget Moisturizers!
Good luck with your new life of freedom and simplicity! For more life coaching, visit me at www.myspace.com/pete_sarbone