Spend a few minutes with some questions that will help you consider your relationship with stuff/ clutter, and help the Institute for Challenging Disorganization develop clutter assessment tools.
Quoting the ICD website (http://www.challengingdisorganization.org/):
The Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) wishes to create a scientifically validated self-assessment tool individuals can use to assess the impact of clutter and disorganization on their life. Most individuals experience negative consequences to their quality of life as a result of clutter and disorganization. It is people’s “felt experience” with these consequences that determines their cumulative impact on quality of life. For all questions in this survey, clutter is defined as “an overabundance of possessions.” The intended purpose of this assessment tool is to help individuals assess for themselves the degree to which clutter and disorganization is affecting their quality of life. ICD offers educational and organization resources designed to help people take control over clutter and make their lives more productive and happy.
ICD appreciates your voluntary participation in the development and validation of this self-assessment tool! This survey will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Please respond honestly to all questions. Your responses are completely anonymous. All responses will be collectively tabulated in summary format for the purposes of developing this scale and for that purpose only. You will not be asked to divulge any personal information and you will not be forced to answer any question(s) that you do not wish to answer.