Clutter seems to creep up in almost every aspect of our lives, even if we seem to be constantly diligent about fighting against it. Think of the way your car looks after just a weekend long road trip. By the time you come back you have empty soda cans, road maps, and random gas station knick-knacks strewn all over the back seat. And where did that bag of Funyuns even come from? Even if you don’t buy Funyuns on a road trip, an empty bag will somehow magically appear in your car when you pull back in the driveway.
Garages are another awful example of how clutter can take over horribly and in a hurry. Garages, while meant to hold a car, soon become the resting place of long-forgotten hobbies. Ancient black and white film enlargers, neglected screen printing supplies, unused carpentry tools, and all sorts of relics of projects never carried out with live out the remainder of their days in the far corners.
While these are two dramatic examples, there are all sorts of areas in your home where clutter tends to just take over. One other common example is almost always the family bathroom.
Clutter in the bathroom can raise up if you live with family members, roommates, a significant other, or even just if you live by yourself. Shampoo bottles, moisturizers, toilet paper, baby wipes, and all sorts of different bath products just seem to pile up.