Awesome Post! That’s been my problem too. I always find myself in a situation where there is too many things to do and too little time. I do prioritize tasks, plan ahead and create a schedule. But something always comes in between (visitors, other tasks and distractions) and I end up falling short of my expectations. I am not much into delegating tasks to others as I don’t think anyone else can do it better than me. However, if I take up a task… I always do it… putting in extra time and efforts… even forgetting sleep, eating and rest. And the end result is ‘stress’.
Great list! I love the thought of eliminating choices. I also think that upcycling helps to combat clutter by taking what you have and making it what you want rather than creating waste and spending for something new. Here's where I talk about the joy of upcycling! http://eveofreduction.com/how-to-create-joy-with-upcycling/