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Empty your closet, then put back only the clothes you wear within the last year.
A shift in how you think about housekeeping could result in a tidier and more relaxed life.
For one couple, one-bag living is way less stressful and a lot simpler than a life full of stuff.
It's important to reevaluate all the stuff you own, and whether or not you really need it.
Marie Kondo's ideas work for your phone and computer, too.
Hint: There's a connection between clutter and your mental health.