Today I want to share with you how decluttering helps relieve stress, mainly because I am in the depths of yet another declutter and also because I always hear how stressed my clients and friends are only to uncover that they are holding on to stuff that is not benefiting them. So many of us move a lot these days (and those of us who don’t are equally as disorganised) when it comes to clearing things out when we move*.
Even if you think that you don’t need to do some decluttering, you do! Everyone has some kind of clutter, be it the physical kind like that messy drawer in your spare room, in the digital world with the negative people who pollute your social media streams or in the mind with the thoughts and ideas floating around and popping into view at the most in opportune moments (like three o’clock in the morning!) or in managing the time that
Why we have clutter is because of a number of reasons and the effect it has on us is incredible – both mentally and physically. Because of the many TV shows, there has come a bit of a stigma about people who have clutter being crazy, eccentric or just plain old mad which form my experience is certainly not the case in all circumstances. I have been there, I have had tonnes of clutter and battled through it and I
Disorganisation and clutter often go hand in hand and feed the need to procrastinate which inevitably makes things worse for your environment, mental and physical health. Picture your home in the worst state that it has ever been in (whether it is right now or in the past) and notice how you feel about it. Do you feel calm and relaxed or tight and uncomfortable. What are you avoiding? What is it stopping you from doing? How does it affect