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Where You Hide Clutter Reveals Your Secret Emotional Struggles

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Chances are, you don’t think too much about where you put your clutter. Heck, we know we don’t. Where our extra stuff lands is where it lands… or is it? According to a new book, where you put your clutter might reveal a lot about who you are as a person.

In What Your Clutter Is Trying To Tell You, author Kerri Richardson delves deep into the idea that physical clutter can actually act as a mental obstacle and reveal some super personal issues you’re dealing with in your day-to-day life. Skeptical? So were we, until we read on to find some scarily accurate truths about our own life. Read on to find out what clutter in specific locations says about you, and see if it isn’t true for you as well!

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Closet clutter

You’re holding on tightly to the nostalgia of another time — perhaps one that was happier or when you were more youthful.

Desk clutter

You’re afraid of moving forward and confronting tough issues or tasks ahead.

Car clutter

You’re overwhelmed and feeling like there’s no space left just for you and that you have no more boundaries.

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Garage clutter

You’re avoiding difficult tasks due to a lack of mental energy.

Attic clutter

You’re feeling guilty about letting old memories go and hanging on to some emotional baggage as a result.

Shocked? So were we! Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have some cleaning to attend to…

h/t House Beautiful

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