ClutterClarity Featured in Boston Magazine, May 2019
Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 1:00PM
Laura J. Moore

Cleaning out the stuff that's been kicking around a parent's house
has become a rite of passage. But what are you really getting rid of?

ClutterClarity Excerpt:
"...None of that means you need to obliterate your past in one fell swoop, says Laura Moore... Her approach incorporates emotional-management skills. Most of her clients feel crushed by some kind of impending pressure, be it a move, a death, or a divorce. "That’s enough to flatten most of us," she says. "There’s a misconception that we declutter one time, once and for all. But you should declutter and organize as your life changes." It’s not that the inherent value of an item has changed over time; it’s that we, ourselves, have changed. Disassociation of the kind I mentioned often exists, she reassures me. "It can be a form of resistance," she says, "but it can also be a form of saying, 'This doesn’t belong in my life anymore.'"


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