Fascinating video series inspired by the book, “Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors” from UCLA anthropologists, Jeanne E. Arnold, Anthony Grasesch, Enzo Ragazzini and Elinor Ochs.
What was discovered in the examination of clutter?
- We have responded well to marketing and become excellent consumers. Not enough thought, attention and action is given to creating ways to let go of things.
- North America has 3% of the world’s children yet consumes 40% of the world’s toys.
- Cortisol levels are highest in women who remark on the effects of clutter. It is described by some as an “ever-present burden”, often lurking in the corners of every room.
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