Prison break!

Agree: this article cites “disheartening” research.

Today’s families are prisoners of their own clutter – Beth Teitell- Boston Globe, July 9, 2017

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Jessica Pohl of Weston has kids who have largely outgrown their toys, but she can’t give them away. “I’m saving them for my grandchildren.”

The team of anthropologists and archeologists spent four years studying 32 middle-class Los Angeles families in their natural habitat — their toy-littered homes — and came to conclusions so grim that the lead researcher used the word “disheartening” to describe the situation we have gotten ourselves

Check out this finding: A refrigerator door cluttered with magnets, calendars, family photos, phone numbers, and sports schedules generally indicates the rest of the home will be in a similarly chaotic state

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