I often write about clutter busting a person's living space. But I
like to expand the boundaries of home to include wherever you are, not
just necessarily where you live. Whether you're standing in line, driving
in a car, being at work, or visiting a friend -- whatever you're doing
outside of our home, I like to consider that your home.
like to extend the boundaries because it allows you to consider how you're feeling in any situation. Am I comfortable here? Is there anything
here that's making me feel uncomfortable? Is there something I can do
to change it? Do I need to leave this space?
bringing in that clutter-busting curiosity to any situation that you're
in. It's saying that your whole life is important, not just where you
live. And it's considering your comfort, wherever you go.
(This is a reprint of a previous blog post.)