Physical clutter means different things to different people. It can be the things you don’t use, you don’t know the purpose of, and/or you don’t have a place for. It can be things you don’t want to deal with, or aren’t even sure why you have. It can be things that no longer serve you or that no longer reflect who you are and who you are becoming.
Physical clutter can look quite tidy if it’s stacked neatly, or it can look disorganized, messy and confusing. It can also be looked upon as stuff that wastes both time and space. If it doesn’t make you feel good, it’s probably clutter. And, whatever form it is in, it is considered “visual noise.”