I finished listening to The Hoarder in You (Dr Robin Zasio) and got some good info out of it.
I think it would be a good read/listen for anyone anywhere on the clutter/hoarding continuum. She offers a list of questions to determine where you fall, how many hoarding tendencies you have. Just having tendencies does not necessarily mean you are a hoarder, but it does mean you need to be aware of your issues and know how to deal with them. Many people hold onto items, thinking getting rid of useful items would be wasteful. Dr Zasio points out that keeping the item is also wasteful. You're wasting time moving things around trying to find what you do need. You're wasting space in your home. And you're wasting your opportunity to let that item bless someone else. If the item is useful, there's someone else out there who needs it if you don't. Don't hold onto something you don't need now in the chance you *might* need it in the future - have faith in yourself that you'll be able to provide for your needs in the future without stockpiling all those "someday" items.
The sugar dispenser. I've discovered I just don't really need sugar out on the counter all the time, cluttering things up. I have better control adding sugar to things like oatmeal if I'm using a spoon and have only been using this when I make iced tea every few days or so, so this can go. I should really be adding fruit to that oatmeal anyway. =)