Last Friday’s Coping and Healing therapy group focused on the issue of clutter.
The word “clutter” is still cluttering up my white board.
Now I’m going to clutter up this post with a definition of “clutter.”
1. crowd (something) untidily; fill with clutter.
“his apartment was cluttered with paintings and antiques”
synonyms: litter, mess up, disarrange
1. a collection of things lying about in an untidy mass.
“the attic is full of clutter”
Many thoughts clutter up my brain, including this one:
One person’s clutter is another person’s treasure.
There are lots of new photos cluttering up my iPhone.
Yesterday, I cluttered up WordPress with Day 2016: How to be more awesome. Tomorrow, I’ll be trying to figure out how to clutter up a post when the number of the day is the same as the number of the year.
There are a LOT of videos about clutter cluttering up YouTube. Here‘s one:
I look forward to all the clutter in the comment section below.
As usual, I clutter up my posts with thanks to all who help me create them and — of course! — to YOU.