What’s in your nest?


A poignant view on why clutter doesn’t always have to be a bad thing, Dominick Browning’s “In Praise of the Comfort of Clutter.”

“There is a reason we talk about nesting. Next time you are out walking, take a close look at a nest. Nests are full of twigs, bits of fluff, string, moss and bark. Stuff birds take home, and fit to a shape that accommodates their lives. Some birds even press their warm bodies against their stuff as they are making their nests, molding them to the shape of their breasts, so that they feel like…home. A home that is uniquely theirs, and uniquely beloved.”

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