It is difficult for Australians to give up old things, and they feel stressed and do not want to lose them.

Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     2019-09-09
Many Australians are under pressure to sort out house and are overwhelmed by old and useless items. (Australian News Network Photo)

Many Australians are under pressure to sort out house and are overwhelmed by old and useless items. (Australian News Network Photo)


According to the Australian News Network, an Australian habit can make them feel stressed and depressed, but they don`t seem to want change.

It is reported that many Australians are under pressure to sort out house and will be overwhelmed by some and useless old items.

This year, PureProfile, a research firm, conducted a survey of 1000 Australians on behalf of MobileMuster, an Australian government mobile phone recycling program, and found that 88 percent of Australians felt their homes were full of old and useless items. Fifty-eight percent of Australians are frustrated or self-annoyed by retaining items they no longer need.

Thirty-one per cent of the people were under pressure to keep old things.

About 89 percent said abandoning old and unused items would make them feel happier and freer.

Many Australians are under pressure to sort out house and are overwhelmed by old and useless items. (Australian News Network Photo)


But 39% are struggling to give up on old items because they think they may come in handy again.

26.5% of people keep old items because they remind them of happy times or good memories.

About 63 per cent admitted that although some items were no longer needed, they would be retained for emotional or attachment reasons.

It is reported that old electronic devices, including mobile phones, are one of the most difficult old items to give up, second only to clothes and shoes.

Thirty-five percent said old phones were emotionally valuable to them. 42.1% said it was difficult to give up their old phones.

Many Australians keep old phones, but 73 percent of respondents said they had not used them for at least two years.

Most people who give up old phones say they have not missed them.

MobileMuster encouraged Australians to give up their old phones and work with Salvos Stores, a recycling agency. Every time, Salvos Stores recovers an old phone in September, it donates A $1. MobileMuster, on the other hand, recovers 99 per cent of its materials from old phones.

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