I hate clutter. You might not know that from the condition of my home, but I do.
To reduce clutter, I regularly donate what we no longer use to the Big Brother Big Sister Foundation.
But prevention is the holy grail. I scrutinize purchase considerations and proffered hand-me-downs. If I can’t envision their use we decline.
My clutter aversion makes me a wary outdoor market shopper though I love to look. On a crisp mid-October Sunday I was perusing the last-of-the-season markets in Boston’s South End with friends, purchase-free until I met Kate Kellman.