Personal Narrative: Homeless Clutter In My Life

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Many if not all of us can relate to the statement that we’ve all had useless clutter in our lives, both physical and mental. We may not realize it but it can be a constant battle to get rid of these useless thoughts, possessions, memories and for some, people. It can be as simple as having to look at yourself in the window as you walk past it just to make sure you look good or it could be as drastic as constantly checking your phone for notifications and changing your life to keep up with the ‘social norms’. I didn’t realise that I had so much unnecessary things, people and thoughts in my life until I looked back on it and actively changed it.
When I wake up in the morning, I gather myself and have breakfast and I leave the house to head off the school. No day is the same but there’s always been a routine where we go to class, get stuff done, have our lunch and go home. When I get home I usually stay with my family and play with our puppy and go upstairs to be by myself and do what I feel like for the rest of the evening. Within each part of
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My mind didn’t go straight to mental clutter. At some point in our lives we are all faced with metal clutter whether we want it or not. Often to do with worrying too much about what has happened in the past. One day I went to school and I ever said goodbye to my dad and I thought about all day and wasn’t happy until I got home and said goodbye to him. Another time I called out an answer in class when I wasn’t supposed to and ended up thinking about it all day even though it wasn’t even that big of a deal. Little things like this can build up on someone and it can be very draining on them. I think we need to learn how to get over little things like this without having a hissy fit because it’s not necessary to worry about these kinds of
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