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Clutter: why it stresses you out, and what you can do about it
Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 6:46am
Clutter causes stress.
|The National Association of Professional Organizers has some suggestions on how to deal with clutter|
Sometimes people don’t realize it until after they clean up the clutter and feel a sense of calm and tranquility.
Clutter bombards the brain and makes it more difficult to relax or to focus on anything else.
Even people who claim not be bothered by clutter and disorganization – actually are.
According to the National Association of Professional Organizers:
• If you get rid of clutter you can reduce housework by 40%.
• Clutter – not lack of space is the cause of most disorganization.
• Research proves that profits and productivity decline as clutter increases.
• Paper is the #1 clutter problem.
Clutter takes a long time to build up – so it will likely take a long time to clear out. But the benefits are great – if you take the time to do it.
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