“Every item you bring into your home, whether it is food, clothing, jewelry, books, magazines or anything else, requires your time. Stuff takes time to put away. Stuff takes time to use and put away again when you’re finished using it. And ultimately, when you don’t want your stuff any more, it takes time to get rid of it-whether you donate it, sell it or simply pitch it in the recycle bin.
It’s easy to make the connection between stuff and money. Stuff costs money. But, as you go about deciding which items to bring into your home, remember this: stuff equals time.
Which items are worth your time?”
Read the full article to learn more about her revelation. Time management is not only about creating schedules and staying on task, it’s about making sure other things don’t eat up all of your time unexpectedly. In the long run, the more stuff you have, the less time you have.