The following infograph must have been written by angels because it, quite honestly, has me scrambling for a hammer and nails and ALL of my unhung photos!
I suffer from commitment-phobia.
I know you're probably thinking this isn't the time nor the place to be airing my dirty laundry, but it is.
It SO is.
I have a phobia of hanging things on my walls. I've searched the web to find the correct term for this but fell short. Therefore, I've decided to call it what it is: commitment-phobia. I am terrified of hanging pictures, mirrors, clocks, or the like, on my walls for fear that I won't be committed to that location. I'm afraid I'll change my mind-because that's EXACTLY what will happen. Every time. It never fails. I'm so bad that when we built our home three years ago, I made my husband put our tile backsplash in the kitchen on a piece of plywood so that it will be easier to take down when I get tired of it.
Guess what. I'm tired of it.
I know I'm not the only one that suffers from this debilitating-decorating condition because I found article after article where bare-walled people were begging for help.
Does this effect you the same way? Or were you always chilled when it came to hanging pictures? In the past, if you ever had this "phobia", what did you do to overcome it? I'd love to hear from you!