Taking a long walk is an activity I enjoy. I like clearing my mind and absorbing in the sights of the city where I live. I tend to walk for miles on my journeys. The end result is a satisfying experience. The one thing that used to plague my mind during these walks was the amount of clutter that used to lay claim to my pockets. In my case, and possibly in yours, clutter was in the form of an oversized wallet, too much spare change, an over stuffed key ring, and some “just in case” items.
Pocket clutter is very similar to clutter that may be around your home. You hold on to things that you may need “just in case.” I’m not sure what that “just in case” may be, but it seems to be the root of a lot of people’s clutter problems. Many of us feel the need to hold onto an item because: A. “We may need it in the future, so we should hold on to it just in case.”or B. “We paid good money for it.” Either one of these justifications are very common and they are a hindrance to becoming uncluttered.
Try and trim your walking around clutter to clear your mind and you’ll enjoy your out and about time. Hopefully, the links above can help you trim the clutter that you may be carrying around in your pockets.